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Not many voices heard from film world against injustice: Adoor

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Ponnnani: Veteran auteur Adoor Gopalakrishan said that movie artists are after benefits from authorities.

He was inaugurating the state conference of Purogamana Kalasahitya Sangham here.

Those who raise their voices against injustice become targets and face horrendous issues.

The nation is in the midst of uncertainty and it is the duty of every citizen to protect the constitution. It is time everybody stood together.

Minister Dr. KT Jaleel presided over the inaugural programme.

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