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Indian richest Hindu shrine may get UAV surveillance

According to temple official of Tirumala, The country's richest shrine at Tirupati in Andhra Pradesh may get unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) surveillance as part of security enhancement plans for the temple which is visited by thousands of devotees daily.

It is 2 kg, battery-operated surveillance UAV, designed and developed by a Bangalore-based firm, was test-flown during the Navaratri Brahmotsavam (held for nine days October 8-16 during the Navaratri) at the hill shrine, MK Singh, chief vigilance officer of the temple, said.

The aerial surveillance was conducted for 45 minutes and results are satisfactory, he said over phone from Tirupati.

- IANS Inputs

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