KRG's decision, who belongs to South Indian Film Chamber of Commerce to suspend the Karnataka members until the Tamil film issue is resolved in Karnataka, has not been thought out fully, declares K.C.N. Chandrasekhar, a two-time President of SIFCC in the past. He is a senior producer and exhibitor of Kannada cinema
It is felt that the oral suspension of over 160 Karnataka members is emotionally motivated. The executive council meeting of SIFCC passed an order to discuss the issue of suspension in the General Body meeting. Only at the General Body meeting can the decision be passed. "It's not possible for KRG to suspend anyone verbally," says K.C.N. Chandrasekhar.
"Instead of hastily announcing such suspension, the senior members could have called for a meeting and fixed the responsibility and deadline to solve the Tamil film crisis," said K.C.N. Chandrasekhar, speaking on the issue.
Tamil industry's big shots should realise that nearly 40 Tamil films release in Karnataka region, creating business of Rs.15 to 20 crores annually. This hasty decision to suspend the Karnataka members will only instigate people to worse extremes, K.C.N. Chandrasekhar feels.
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