Singer Sona Mohapatra has hit out on the people celebrating the truth that information anchor and Republic TV editor-in-chief Arnab Goswami’s bail plea was turned down by the Bombay High Court on Monday. He’s being investigated for his alleged position within the suicides of architect-interior designer Anvay Naik and his mom in 2018.
Taking to Twitter, Sona slammed the folks justifying the truth that Arnab was denied bail and is at present in jail. “All these folks smacking their lips, justifying #ArnabGoswami being denied bail & being housed in a jail inhabited by terrorists & underworld goons, please know that you’re no different from ‘fascists’. You endorse ‘political vendetta’. That’s sick, 2 wrongs don’t make a proper,” she wrote.
Arnab and two others – Feroze Shaikh and Nitish Sarda – had been arrested by the police on November four in reference to a 2018 abetment to suicide case. In Could 2018, Anvay and his mom died by suicide in Alibaug. His suicide note alleged that he was compelled to take this step as he was not paid dues collectively amounting to Rs 5.40 crore by Arnab, Feroze, and Nitish.
In 2018, the Alibaug Police had filed an abetment to suicide case however in 2019, the case was closed by Raigad Police. Maharashtra dwelling minister Anil Deshmukh tweeted in Could that the case can be re-investigated on the premise of Anvay’s daughter Adnya’s criticism that the ‘non-payment of dues’ angle was not investigated by Alibaug Police.
“Adnya Naik had complained to me that #AlibaugPolice had not investigated non-payment of dues from #ArnabGoswami’s @republic which drove her entrepreneur father & grandmom to suicide in Could 2018. I’ve ordered a CID re-investigation of the case. #MaharashtraGovernmentCares,” he had written on Twitter.
In current months, Arnab has criticized the state police’s investigation into the demise of Sushant Singh Rajput and the Palghar lynching case. He has additionally been important to the ruling Maharashtra government. Republic TV stated that the anchor is being focused on his journalism, a cost that has been denied by the Maharashtra home minister, who stated that “nobody is above the regulation”.