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We’re ready to close theatres if government forces for agreement on online portal

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The Andhra Pradesh High Court has given a green signal to the AP Government for its plan to implement online ticketing for theatres in the state. The government has been aggressively pushing this idea of an online portal. It claims that this would lead to a reduction of the service charge that the audience will have to pay per booking.

Under this new system, all the cinema tickets sold across AP will be done through the state government ticket portal. The government has directed district collectors to take up the responsibility and revenue department officials are closely following up on this.

However, theatre owners are not happy with this move of the government. Reportedly, the government officials are forcing the exhibitors to sign the agreement for the online ticket portal. Most of the exhibitors already have agreements with Book My Show, Ticket New, etc.

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The exhibitors complain that the government is not doing this in the right process and they are forcing the exhibitors. Now the exhibitors have decided to the close the theatres if the government is not providing the time

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