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Arnab is accused of abetting Mumbai’s interior designer Anvoy and his mother to commit suicide.
The bail plea of Republic Group Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami is scheduled to be heard in the Bombay High Court on Saturday. Arnab has been arrested for allegedly abetting Mumbai’s interior designer Anvoy and his mother for suicide. They are in judicial custody till 18 September. He was not sent to prison before the final verdict on the bail plea, given Corona’s threat. For the last two days he has been kept in the Kovid Center in a school in Alibaug.
This happened during a court hearing on Friday
BJP MLA Ram Kadam demonstrated outside the ministry to protest against Arnab’s arrest. Police detained him, but were later released. Police said they did not seek permission to perform.
Press freedom cannot be stopped: Amit Shah
On Arnab’s arrest, Home Minister Amit Shah said in Kolkata, ‘Any attack on freedom of the press is not right. Freedom of the press should not disrupt any party or government, but there has been such a culture since the Congress Emergency. We are against it. My party has also reacted strongly to this that it should not be done.
Arrest in case of breach of privilege
Earlier on Friday, the Supreme Court gave a shock to the Maharashtra government in the Arnab Goswami case. The court stayed the arrest of Arnab in the privilege breach case. The bench, headed by Chief Justice SA Bobde, has also issued a notice to the Assembly Secretary. This notice has been given in connection with the letter written by Arnab. In the letter, the secretary warned Arnab not to mention the breach of privilege to the top court of the Nateis of the Assembly.
The Supreme Court asked why a show cause notice of contempt of court cannot be issued against the Assembly Secretary? The Maharashtra Legislative Secretary had issued a privilege notice against Arnab for criticizing Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray.