Government reaches out to FTII students

| Wednesday, September 16, 2015 - 18:58
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Government reaches out to FTII students

PUNE: The Information and Broadcasting ministry has written a letter to FTII students stating that the government is ready for unconditional talks and will not accept any pre-conditions from the students saying the students must avoid posturing at this moment. 
The indefinite fast has been going for three months but now, the union secretary in the, I&B Ministry has reached out to the students and is ready to indulge in dialogue with the students but at the condition of no ‘pre-conditions.’ (Also Read: Protesting FTII students detained in Delhi)
NewsX has accessed the government’s offer letter from the union secretary of the Information and Broadcasting Ministry. (Also Read:'Rajkumar Hirani not replacing Chauhan at FTII')
Now, it remains to be seen whether the students protesting at Film and Television Institute (FTII) in Pune, are ready to accept this latest offer put forward by the government. 

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