The All India Cine Workers Association (AICWA) has written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi seeking a complete ban on the visas granted to the Pakistani artists. Recently Pakistan had banned the release of Indian films in their own country. This letter from the association has come in response to Pakistan’s decision, in which Pakistan has banned Indian films and advertisements.
Pakistan’s Information and Broadcasting Minister Fawad Chaudhary announced this by tweeting on his Twitter account. He wrote, “Cinema Examiners Association has decided to fully boycott Indian content, and no Indian film will be released in Pakistan anymore.” He further wrote that the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority also made appropriate decisions against advertisements made in India.
AICWA wrote in its letter, “We demand from the AICWA Full Film and Media Communities that the Pakistani actors and the film association or the media community should be fully banned on granting the visa.”
In the letter further wrote, “We want to make sure that the Indian government will take a tough decision on this matter and strict banning of the countries that help the terrorists, Pakistan. 1.3 billion people of the country are with you in your proceedings against this country which gives money to terror.”
AICWA praised the Air Surgical Strike and wrote, “We are proud of the Indian Air Force and the government that has taken the bold step in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir. We hope that the Government of India will work even further like this. We hope that you will give the appropriate order to the Ministry of External Affairs and the Ministry of Information as soon as possible, accepting the request of 1.3 billion people.”