Kannada film industry is facing problems yet again. Sources said the Workers Federation have decided to go on strike, until their demands about wages hike is not considered in the coming days.
The Workers Federation had submitted a memorandum to Karnataka Film Chamber of Commerce recently about revising the wages of the Federation workers. However, the KFCC has transferred the rights of revising the wages to the Kannada Film Producers Association recently. The KFCC asked the Federation to have talks with the KFPA in this regard. But the Workers Federation which was affiliated to KFCC till now doesn't want to hold talks with the KFPA in this regard.
A silent war has started between the Workers Federation and KFPA and the Workers Federation is planning to go on an indefinite strike until the demands about the revision of wages are considered by the KFPA. The Workers Federation is holding a meeting to discuss about the issue soon and more details are yet awaited.