FTII stir: Protesting students wait I&B Ministry’s feedback

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Pune: Striking FTII students were available a feedback from a Information and Broadcasting Ministry after a 21 Aug revisit of a three-member commission that hold talks with several stakeholders to finish a now 80-day stir, even as demonstrations remained resigned on a campus today.

Representational image. PTIRepresentational image. PTI

Representational image. PTI

The protesting students have been perfectionist dismissal of BJP member and TV actor Gajendra Chauhan from a post of authority of a Governing Council of Film Television Institute of India.

Kindling a hopes of a fortitude of a long-drawn restlessness by a students that lifted a emanate of an purported saffronisation of several inhabitant educational institutions and their autonomy, a commission led by S M Khan had hold discussions with FTII students, expertise and staff. The discussions was after described as “satisfactory” by all stakeholders.

However, a cabinet that was approaching to contention a news to a Ministry final week, was nonetheless to do so, according to a expertise and member of a FTII Students’ Association (FSA).

“We now hear that a Khan Committee that gave us a studious conference with a certain opinion is approaching to list a news in subsequent integrate of days — Monday or Tuesday,” an FSA deputy Ameya Gore pronounced today.

The behaving vanguard of FTII Sandip Chatterjee told PTI, “We design a cabinet to contention a news early subsequent week.”

Apart from a mount on a students’ demands, that embody dismissal of Chauhan and 4 members of a FTII body, who allegedly miss “credentials and status”, a IB cabinet is also approaching to make famous a mount on a argumentative military censure filed by FTII executive Prashant Pathrabe that led to a arrests of 5 students concerned in his gherao recently.