TTD EO Dharma Reddy’s son Chandramouli suffers cardiac arrest, critical


Twenty-eight-year-old Chandramouli Reddy, who was recently married to the daughter of sand mining baron AJ Sekhar Reddy, was in critical condition, according to a hospital statement.

Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD) executive officer Dharma Reddy’s son Chandramouli Reddy was hospitalized on Sunday, December 18, after suffering a cardiac arrest. He is undergoing treatment at the Kauvery Hospital in Chennai, and a statement from the hospital said his condition is critical. . Twenty-eight-year-old Chandramouli recently got engaged to the daughter of sand mining baron AJ Sekhar Reddy, who is also the president of the Local Advisory Committee of Chennai’s TTD. The wedding was scheduled to take place in Tirumala in January 2023.

According to a statement by Dr. Aravindan Selvaraj, Executive Director of Kauvery Hospital, Chandramouli was rushed to the hospital after a sudden cardiac arrest on Sunday. “CPR (pulmonary resuscitation) was immediately started and he was taken to the cath lab,” the statement said. ECMO (extracorporeal membrane oxygenation) was started and a stent was placed in a completely blocked coronary artery, he added. “He is in a very critical condition with multi-organ support and is being cared for by a multi-disciplinary team of doctors and nurses,” the hospital’s statement said.

Chandramouli was living in Mumbai and was preparing for the civil services examination, according to Eenadu. He recently arrived in Chennai to distribute invitations for his upcoming wedding, reports said.

TTD manages the affairs of the Tirumala Venkateswara Temple, one of the richest Hindu temples in the world. Recently, on December 13, the Andhra Pradesh High Court sentenced Dharma Reddy to one month in jail for contempt of court. The court also fined the official 2,000 euros for not complying with the court’s orders. The sentence was given in a file on the regularization of services with three labor contracts in TTD.

The court ordered regularization of the services of the three employees. As the TTD official failed to comply with the court’s orders, the aggrieved employees filed a contempt of court against him. However, the judge later overturned the judgment of the single judge. The High Court hearing Dharma Reddy’s petition challenged the single judge’s verdict and set it aside on December 16, according to reports.

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With IANS inputs

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