Bollywood Appealed to Mumbai Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray and said not to put a lockdown again

Mumbai: Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray had said in his location on Friday taking into account the quickly developing corona cases across Maharashtra and Mumbai that it could be chosen to put a lockdown indeed in the following two days. The Federation of Western India Cine Employees (FWICE), an association related to the entertainment world, has mentioned composing a letter to the Chief Minister and not to put a lockdown again. In this letter written on Friday, FWICE has said that the lockdown imposed last year had caused huge losses to the film industry and posed an employment crisis in front of millions of laborers, technicians, and artists. It has been written in the letter that in case of a lockdown again every people related will have to face huge economic difficulties and the industry will again come into deep crisis.

In any case, this time every one of the makers and specialists is not in a situation to help these workers and technicians themselves.”

It has been written in the letter that the last time the lockdown was imposed, every people related with the business needed to lose their positions, who lack work yet. It is additionally written in the letter that indeed the lockdown is set up, large number of people may have to lose employment again.

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