Indian Motion Picture Producers Association requests Maharashtra CM, BMC to set up vaccination camp for its members | Hindi Movie News - Bollywood - Times of India

Read full story : IMPPA writes to Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray, BMC chief seeking vaccination centres for members At a time when COVID-19 cis wreaking havoc in the country, the government has reiterated that vaccination is the way forward. Many of our favourite celebrities, too, have shared this message, urging people to take the jab as soon as possible. Now Indian Motion Picture Producers Association (IMPPA) plans to write to Maharashtra's Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray and BMC Commissioner Iqbal Singh Chahal to have vaccination centers to be installed for their members and producers. The statement of this decision was released by IMPPA’s president TP Aggarwal. The statement read, 'The lockdown last year was a very big blow for all our producer members and they were having hardships in surviving in view of which IMPPA through its IMPPA Welfare Trust provided emergency financial relief to all members directly in their bank accounts on 3 occasions May, June and July 2020. Now the situation after Lockdown 2 has become more serious due to all opportunities of work and income being closed and the virus spreading at an alarming rate'. The statement further mentioned that, 'In view of the above circumstances and in view of the difficulties faced by our 6,000 members, IMPPA has decided to write a letter to Chief Minister of Maharashtra and BMC Commissioner to request them to kindly organize a vaccination camp exclusively for our members at our cost and we will be very obliged to the Government and the BMC if they accede to our request and set up a camp for vaccination of our members'. Meanwhile, IMPPA has once again decided to help its members by depositing Rs 3000 in their bank account, keeping in mind the shoots being affected with lockdown imposed in Maharashtra.

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