"Even if they had taken over from us and we had not given accounts, they would have done the same," said Nasser.

We are ready to face the complaint legally says former SIIFA gen secy Radha Ravi Image: YouTube.com
news Tuesday, January 19, 2016 - 11:49

Responding to the recent decision by the South Indian Film Artistes Association to file a complaint against Sarath Kumar and other office-bearers, former general secretary Radha Ravi said that they are ready to face the complaint legally.  

In a media statement to Thanthi TV, Radha Ravi said,  "We will respond to the complaint and are ready to face the complaint legally."

The South Indian Film Artistes Association on Sunday had decided to file a complaint with the Economic Offences Wing of the Tamil Nadu police following non-submission of accounts from the previous term. 

This decision came after Sarath Kumar and other office-bearers had promised to submit the previous accounts within 15 days of the elections, which were held in October 2015, but failed to do so.

Nasser, the president of South Indian Film Artistes Association told The News Minute, “They are delaying the submission of accounts by giving excuses. The next step is obviously to file a complaint. Even if they had taken over from us and we had not given accounts, they would have done the same.”

Read : Nadigar Sangam blows up again: Nasser says police complaint against Sarath is ‘standard practice’

Meanwhile, the office-bearers have also passed a resolution for scrapping the deal with SPI Cinemas which was struck earlier by the Sarath Kumar-led team. 

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