The ex-officers of Akhil Bharatiya Marathi Film Corporation have organized the ‘Manacha Mujra’ program well. The High Court has ordered the then directors including former presidents Prasad Surve, Vijay Patkar, Vijay Kondke, Alka Kubal, Priya Berde, manager Ravindra Borgaonkar to deposit Rs 10 lakh 78 thousand. This is the first such action against a director in the history of the film corporation.
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Disputes between factions in the film corporation are constantly raging. The previous Board of Directors had organized the program ‘Manacha Mujra’ in Pune. 5 lakh 20 rupees were spent for it. The annual general meeting of the corporation had caused a great uproar over this expenditure.
After that, some members from Kolhapur filed a petition in the charity commissioner’s court. The Charity Commissioner had ordered to pay this amount. However, the then director did not pay the amount citing typographical error. Meghraj Rajebhosale, the president of the corporation, started the follow-up of this case. On that, the Charity Commissioner corrected the typographical error and made a new order and ordered to pay the above amount. But at the same time, this director took the name in the High Court. The court has ordered that they should first deposit the amount of 10 lakh 78 thousand in the court.