Republic TV Editor Arnab Goswami detained by Mumbai police

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Republic TV Editor Arnab Goswami detained by Mumbai Police | Photo courtesy: Republic TV Video grab

Mumbai: Republic TV editor-in-chief Arnab Goswami on Wednesday alleged that he has been physically assaulted by the Mumbai Police.

Mumbai Police entered Goswami’s residence and allegedly attempted to detain him. Republic TV channel telecast visuals of Mumbai Police entering Goswami’s residence and what appears to be a scuffle.

Goswami had earlier been booked in two cases related to his alleged provocative remarks and defaming Congress interim chief Sonia Gandhi in a television debate on Palghar mob lynching incident and Bandra station crowding incident report at NM Joshi Marg police station and Pydhonie police station respectively.

The two cases were registered under various sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) including provocation with intent to cause riots, defamation, statements creating or promoting enmity, hatred or ill-will between classes, criminal intimidation, and criminal conspiracy.

On June 30, the Bombay High Court stayed two FIRs registered against Goswami.
The Supreme Court, on October 26, adjourned for two weeks the hearing on an appeal filed by the Maharashtra government challenging the Bombay High Court order, which stayed the investigation against Arnab Goswami in connection with his alleged comments on his show over the Palghar lynching case.

In April this year, Goswami and his wife Samyabrata Ray were allegedly attacked when they were driving back home from the Republic TV Headquarters in Worli. (ANI)

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