New Delhi: The Indian Movie and Television Directors’ Association (IFTDA) on Friday asked members to refrain from shooting on Saturdays and Sundays, with weekend lockdown announced in Maharashtra.
IFTDA President Ashoke Pandit advised IANS: “We have strictly warned that a total lockdown really should be maintained on Saturdays and Sundays. We have also requested the Government of Maharastra to get started a vaccination centre at Movie City so that it will develop into effortless for numerous of technicians and every day wage staff to get vaccinated there.”
On Friday, IFTDA also tweeted on the organisation’s official account: “Government of Maharashtra has ordered total lockdown on each and every Saturday / Sunday until 30th April. It gets to be the duty of all our members to adhere to the tips and refrain from shooting.”
The IFTDA also issued a notification the similar day instructing members to refrain from shooting on weekends, signed by President Ashoke Pandit and Secretary Standard Kuku Kohli.
The discover go through: “Compulsory lockdown on each and every Saturday/Sunday until 30th April 2021. As you are all mindful that the Government of Maharashtra has ordered total lockdown in Maharashtra on each and every Saturday and Sunday, until 30th April 2021, it gets to be the duty of all our members to adhere to the tips and refrain from shooting.
“In situation, anyone flouts the buy of the government and violates tips, stringent action will be taken towards the mentioned man or woman/s by our mom entire body FWICE for which we will not be accountable.
“We hope you will obey the orders and maintain the dignity of your association,” the discover concluded.