Tirumala, Jan 30: The TTD will establish a special cell to protect human hair, which generated more revenue, TTD Chairman B Karunakara Reddy said yesterday.
Addressing the media, after the board meeting, he said the meeting decided to constitute a cell headed by TTD JEO Srikanth.
TTD was fetching Rs 200 crore per annum through selling of human hair, which was 50 per cent of the total hundi collection, he said.
The meeting also decided to arrange 30 plasma TVs, with an estimated cost of Rs 10.65 crore, at Vakuntam queue complex where the pilgrims were waiting for the darshan of the Lord Balaji.
Providing medical facility to the pilgrims who would go on foot to the temple town, the board had decided to create mobile dispensaries every 500 metres, he added.
Later, he had appealed to the public to make the third phase of Kalyanamasthu programme, to be held on March 9, a grand success.
Further he informed that as part of the Chaturyuga Bandham Adhyatmika Bhakthi Chaitanya Yatra, the Narasimha Radham would reach Simhachalam on February 4, Krishna Radham at Movva temple on February 9 while Sri Rama Radham at Badrachalam on February 14.