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Temple authorities have been clearing the massive crowd in batches through four gates. But a section of devotees was held up at the mandapam as its gates were closed in the night.
When relatives of pilgrims complained to police, Palani DSP, Palanichamy, rushed to the temple. The pilgrim rush was cleared later.
When contacted, the HR&CE Joint Commissioner, K.K. Rajaa, pointed out that the devotees stayed back in the temple to have a darshan on Sunday morning, and they were asked to remain at the mandapam. Special arrangements have been made for them to have a darshan the next day.
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