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Cultural world lays down demands before Chief Minister – KERALA – GENERAL

Cultural world lays down demands before Chief Minister – KERALA – GENERAL
Cultural world lays down demands before Chief Minister – KERALA – GENERAL

□ Media workers excluded

Thrissur: In the face-to-face program held by Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan with the art and cultural activists of the New Kerala audience, prominent people have put forward their demands. Media workers were excluded from the face-to-face meeting that started after the Chief Minister’s speech. Karivellur Murali, the secretary of Sangeet Natak Academy, who hosted the event, requested that it be a private function and that the media persons leave.

Poet and Sahitya Akademi President K. Satchidanandan said. The cooperation of local bodies should also be ensured to utilize these properly. Financial assistance should be provided to expand the international literature festival organized in Thrissur in the coming years. The Chief Minister replied that the shortcomings in the management of some centers would be resolved in consultation with the Culture Department.

For artistic images

Need prime time

Actor Shine Tom Chacko opined that films of artistic value should be screened at prime times in theaters owned by the state government. Many of these films are made on a low budget. Enjoy the movie only when you watch it in the theater. The Chief Minister replied that films with artistic value will be encouraged as much as possible. He also clarified that more government theaters are not practical in today’s situation.


The article is in Malayalam

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