Tamil Nadu Film Producers Council's meeting ended in disarray as it became a battle stage for the two camps. The pandemonium surfaced, when producer SB Muthu Bharathi blamed DMK government over land allotment, which is given for the film fraternity by the state government.
According to sources, Muthu Bharathi raised a issue related to township land given to Film Employees Federation of South India. He questioned DMK's policy on giving it on lease for the film industry workers. He also accused the Council that the house construction works are not transparent and it was favouring a section of people. Irked by his irrelevant remarks, another group led by R Ayyappan opposed his comments and pushed him out of the meeting.
Later, Muthu Bharathi said that he was beaten up by a group of people for raising the issue. He also claimed that the 99 acre land is given on lease for 99 years and not sold for the employees.
However, TNPC president Ramanarayanan rubbished Muthu claims that he was assaulted. He said that the organization will invite for tenders before the allocation of lands. He also said that they have amended 15 new resolutions.