Grand launch of social and cultural organisation’s mouthpiece ‘Shakti Janhit Manch’

‘Me Too’ complaints by the film industry people should be registered first with the film union and federation

Gangeshwarlal Shrivastav a.k.a. Sanju, the founder and National President of a social and cultural organisation ‘Shakti Janhit Manch’ launched the weekly mouthpiece in Hindi called ‘Shakti Janhit Manch’ at the ‘Film Studios Setting & Allied Mazdoor Union’ (FSSAMU)’s office,Malad (East),Mumbai on 22 October 2018.

Shobha G. Shrivastav is the editor of ‘Shakti Janhit Manch’, while Gangeshwarlal Shrivastav (Sanju) is the executive editor.

The launch was a grand affair stalwarts and personalities from different fields like Gangeshwarlal Shrivastav, Abhijeet Rane, Gajendra Chauhan, President of Film Directors Union’s Ashok Pandit, The Federation of Western India Cine Employees (FWICE)’s President B.N.Tiwari, General Secretary Ashok Dubey,

Film actor Rajan Kumar ‘Charlie’, Dinesh Chaturvedi (Dadu), Shailesh Shrivastav, F.R. Mishra, Rakesh Maurya, Ramjatan Gupta, Raj Sharma, Ravindra Dubey, Sanjay Singh, Brijesh Choubey, Rajesh Ambavane amongst many others made their strong presence felt.

The most of the honourable guests being connected with film industry discussed on the ongoing “Me Too” campaign.

The film union and federation have appealed that anyone harassed or sexual misconduct by any person or technician from any film department should be reported to them first so that proper justice can be prevailed.

In case if they fail, then they are free to go to the media and police office. Due to few scandals which are being highlighted is affecting and defaming the film industry on the whole, which is very disappointing.

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