Indian Motion Picture Producers' Association (IMPPA) has released a statement requesting members to clear dues of all employees, including daily wage workers, technicians and artists. This is crucial at a time when many in the industry find it difficult to make ends meet amid the lockdown, which has been on for over two months in Maharashtra. The statement reads: "As all members are aware that the situation of the workers, technicians and artistes, who have not yet been paid the dues for their working for our members has become very serious due to further extension of the lockdown by the Government."

"We are aware that our members are also having liquidity crunch and are facing difficulties, but on humanitarian ground, we request all our members who have taken work from any of their employees, workers, artistes and technicians for any of their productions to clear their dues as much as possible as they are more vulnerable in these trying times and to ensure that they get enough money to fulfil their daily needs."

"All members are requested to do the needful and pay the dues of their employees, workers, artistes and technicians as soon as possible to enable them to survive with dignity in these difficult times."
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