The Nepal Film Association has announced a phased protest against the Film Development Board.
More than 100 members of the union from all over the country joined to protest against the board, today in Kathmandu.
The board was partial and keen on displacing the business run by the members of association, according to the statement issued, today, by the association.
The board announced a four-point phased movement in response to various discussions that didn’t cater to the problems of the film business.
It is mentioned in the statement that they will submit a memorandum to the Ministry of Information on December 12, and protest in the hall by tying a black belt from the 15th to the 17th.
Board has decided to opt for strike if the ministry does not address it by that date.