Relief India Trust is an NGO that takes care, we mean good care of children who are differently-abled and sick and work towards making their lives better. We also work for helping the impoverished. No, we are in no way associated with FTII. But that doesn’t mean we can’t have an opinion on a subject that not only is catching the rounds, but also is indicating towards a rotten political system that must be changed. Relief India Trust simply wants to say one thing to the government, give FTII what it deserves, not what is better for you. Such talent needs to be guided by a right chief. Amidst the ongoing tension concerning FTII and the appointment of Gajendra Chauhan as its chief, a new trouble has surfaced in which 82 staffers have lost their jobs at the Film and Television Institute of India, Pune. The dismissed staff members were working on contractual basis with the institution and their contracts were ended abruptly.