The resignation of the chairman of Kerala Film Institute came in support of Shankar Mohan, who said – took the institute from floor to floor
Adoor Gopalakrishnan resigns Kerala Film Institute: K. R. After the resignation of the director of Narayanan Film Institute, now the chairman Adoor Gopalakrishnan has also taken a big step. Gopalakrishnan, the chairman of the institute and recipient of the Dadasaheb Phalke Award, has also resigned and has come in support of director Shankar Mohan.
Gopalakrishnan, chairman of the Film Institute of Kerala and a recipient of the Dadasaheb Phalke Award, has resigned in support of director Shankar Mohan. (File Photo-Shakti knowledge)
- Case of caste discrimination deepens in Kerala Film Institute
- After the resignation of the director, now the chairman also resigned
- Questions were also raised on the inquiry commission constituted by the Kerala government.
Thiruvananthapuram. Instead of stopping, the matter of caste dispute in the Kerala Film Institute is getting deeper. Of. R. After the resignation of the director of Narayanan Film Institute, now the chairman Adoor Gopalakrishnan has also taken a big step. The Dadasaheb Phalke Award-winning chairman of the institute, Gopalakrishnan, has also resigned and has come in support of director Shankar Mohan.
Noted filmmaker Adoor Gopalakrishnan on Tuesday K.R. Narayanan has resigned from the post of chairman of the National Institute of Visual Science and Arts. He has taken this step a few days after the institute’s director Shankar Mohan resigned after some students and staff accused him of caste discrimination ( Adoor Gopalakrishnan Resignation).
He has called this matter a conspiracy on the part of a PRO staff of the institute. And said that there was no caste discrimination there. I request its police investigation. Dadasaheb Phalke awardee Gopalakrishnan announced his resignation at the press conference and also supported Shankar Mohan. He said that Mohan is a respected and distinguished professional who has worked in various government film institutes during the last four decades.
He also said that Shankar Mohan was working with him for the last 3 years to take the institute from the ground up and make it one of the best film institutes in the country. He was a professional who was invited by us and then he was forced to resign by making baseless, false, and defamatory allegations.
Filmmaker Adoor Gopalakrishnan has also questioned the results of the preliminary inquiry committee constituted by the Higher Education Department. After this, at his request, a commission was also constituted to investigate the matter on behalf of Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan. Chairman Gopalakrishnan also claimed that the committee never called him or Mohan for questioning. He has also made a serious allegation that even the commission has not done a proper investigation on this issue.