Actor and comedian Vasay Chaudhry has always been big on using social media for good.
Not only that, Chaudhry had also recently joined the Punjab Cultural Advisory Council to make a real difference but it seems like it didn't work out the way he had hoped; the JPNA actor took to Twitter to share his frustrations and announce that he has stepped down from the council.
While he revealed that some of his suggestions made headway, such as providing medical services to veteran artists, the rest, such as organising a Lahore Film Festival and setting up a film authority offering benefits to help the industry were pretty much ignored and not being implemented:
He elaborates that the reason he felt the need to open up about these issues is because he feels a "moral obligation even if it's in the capacity of an advisor" as he believes that he is accountable for the taxpayer's money that has been utilised for these meetings and sessions.
Ultimately, he says he had to step down from his position as there's "no point in sitting around when the carefully and passionately thought out paperwork is not being forwarded or implemented for reasons best known to the Cultural ministry".