These are times that demand every human being to be on alert, especially artists. It is a matter of happiness that government is giving more attention on culture. Beyond offering them help, I am also hoping that the government remind artists of their responsibilities.
This is a government that helped many poor artists. I learned that the government has ushered in great changes to the film industry. These efforts offer hope and inspiration for a new generation of film-makers and cultural activists.
Long ago, EMS used to visit and congratulate artists of drama in back stage. It is being felt that, on the 60th anniversary of the government of EMS, this government is leading efforts that gives hope to artists. Wishing the best for such endeavours of this government.
Cinema and culture becomes more vibrant when the history of our cinema, which is a heritage of this land, is shared with our newer generations. The first anniversary gift of the government to start a digital archives for preserving the heritage of cinema is a step in this direction. 100 new cinema halls, e-ticketing, revamping existing cinema halls, a commission to study problems faced by women in cinema, cinema regulatory body are all decisions which will strengthen the field.
Government is facilitating more cinema halls for good films. Creating more avenues for showing will help films that upheld artistic and cultural values will to find more audience, which will help us in creating a new visual culture. I wholeheartedly support these efforts of the government.
LDF government’s decision to appoint a committee to study the situation of women in Malayalam cinema is a historical decision, the scope of which will not be limited to Malayalam cinema, but will impact Indian cinema. The conscience of this government that arts and culture are integral for a progressive secular democratic politics deserves accolades.
During the time of elections, in discussions about the expectations from an LDF government, many of us asserted the importance of rejuvenating the cultural arena. We are now happy to see this come true. Also Government's initiative to induct Malayalam language will give new breath to an otherwise asphyxiating culture.
This government gives confidence to artists. The decision to increase Kerala Cultural Welfare Development's pensions for artists is a right step.
At a time when rural cinema halls are being closed or converted into wedding halls, government's decision to start new cinema halls was a timely intervention. Wishing the best for the future efforts of the government to keep the cultural space vibrant.
This Government is moving ahead with an open culture. It can be concluded from observing the first year of the Government in office that it is more interested in walking the talk, than talking it.
It is certain that the initiatives of the department of culture for cinema, theatre, literature, music and visual arts will bear fruits. Compared to the past, this government's efforts are of merit.
There is a new confidence and hope about a government which puts people first and is committed to good governance. The bureaucracy and the secretariat are being cajoled into being more responsible and being people-centric and people-friendly in their work.
Wish that Kerala government could be a role model for neighbouring states in many other fields. I am also joining people of Kerala for the first anniversary celeberation of Pinarayi Vijayan Government
The importance given to Malayalam language is what I liked the most. Making it first language in schools will help to ensure that only those who know malayalam will pass tenth grade
So far the biggest achievement is that there is no serious corruption allegations against the government. Welfare schemes for differenty-abled and initatives for environmental protection are noteable.
Building tolielts in around two and a half lakh households in 941 panchayats is an example of how a government should take up people's issues. It is with these kind of steps development is ensured not through metros only.
Cultural landscape got rejenuvated, which makes me personally happy. Cultural instutions are becoming popular. Wefare schemes implemented are a solace for laymen. Therefore, people have faith in this government. Government shout convert that faith into strength. This government could bring unprecedented development.
I am assessing this government's performance with an emphasis on a recent government decision. Government has decided to give job to most deprived sections of scheduled tribes such as Adiya, Paniya and Kattunaykka sections through PSC. It can be seen as something which can bring basic changes in Tribal areas.
Goverment's engagement in sports field has given new hope. Gratifying to see that government is taking up measures to produce international level sports person. Decison to train athelets at best training center aimed at future is desirable.
The government could reduce corruption to a great extent. Pinarayi government also showed that it is possible to govern without interference from religious, communal external forces in the governance.
Corruptionlessness is the biggest feature of this government. The present regime is transparent and responsible
The steps taken by the Kerala Government under the dynamic leadership of our Hon’ble Chief Minister are a clear indication towards progress. The people of Kerala has a feeling that the Government is going in the right direction with a clear vision.
So far so good. Pinarayi has proved himself to be the CM we were waiting for. Pinarayi combines the best in his predecessors. Let me wish him well.