By: Settu Shankar
Monday, September 10, 2007
After the requests of the Executive Committee members and other functionaries of South Indian Artists Association (Nadigar Sangam) to stay as the President of the association, Sarath Kumar has revised his decision to quit from the post.
The Sunday emergency meet of Nadigar Sangam to discuss the resignation of Sarath Kumar, ended up with its executive committee members requesting the actor to continue till his term is over.
Later, after withdrawing his resignation, Sarath told the press: "Since it was a unanimous decision of the executive committee, I respect their feelings and would continue as president of the association. I will continue in the post for rest of my tenure of two years and probably try my level best to complete the process of constructing a new commercial complex in the existing campus."
Later, the General Secretary of the Association Radha Ravi said,: "Sarath is a talented person and we don't want to lose him at any cost as the President of our Sangam. The Sangam trusts him fully, and unanimously supports him for all his decisions."
So it is clear now that Sarath will run the show for the next two years as the President of Nadigar Sangam as well as his newly floated political party.