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The Karnaaka Film Chamber of Commerce has come down heavily on the action of Karnataka chalanachitra Karmikara Sangha (Okkuta) to ban ten producers and not to co-operate with them in production activities henceforth.
A meeting held at the film chamber office on Friday evening witnessed some hot discussion on thedecision of Okkuta. Agitated producers were seen demanding strict action against Ashok.
Tallam Nanjunda Shetty and Sa. Ra. Govindoo, President and the Vice President of the KFCC told "Chitraloka' portal that Ashok's action was an outrageous act which was also a provocative one. They said that when film chamber was involved in solving the crisis, Ashok has come out with a shocker in the form of banning the ten producers which has once against vitiated the atmosphere.
"He has also violated the bilateral agreement which has been signed by the KFCC and Okkuta. The Okkuta has no business to stop the production activities unless the issue is brought to the notice of the KFCC' said Tallam.
The Karnataka chalanachithra karmikara sangha (Okkoota) has announced that it will henceforth not co-operate with ten film producers for their pronounced and anti Kannada ant labour stance. The producers who have come under the ban of the OKKUTA include Sandesh Nagaraj, Producer of Kannada film producers association, K.C.N. Kumar, Vice President of the KPA and General Secretary of the Karnataka Film Chamber of Commerce, Veteran producer K. Manju, S.V. Rajendra Singh Babu, former president of the Kannada film directors association, Munirathna, Ganesh, Umesh Banakar, Ba. Ma. Harish, Praveen Kumar and Mohan.