Congress leaders file police complaints against Arnab Goswami

In view of the controversy with regards to Arnab Goswami and Partho Dasgupta, Congress leaders across Mumbai have been demanding the arrest of the Republic TV Editor-in-Chief.

Congress leaders file police complaints against Arnab Goswami

On Wednesday, January 27, Congress party leaders submitted a written complaint against Republic Media Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami to the Samta Nagar police station in Kandivali. Another complaint was given against the TV anchor at Nirmalnagar police station Bandra east.

Moreover, a delegation of senior and youth leaders of the Versova Congress led by Akhilesh Yadav, National Secretary of the Indian Youth Congress, handed over a memorandum to Someshwar Kamte, Senior Inspector of Police, Amboli Police Station, under the UAPA Act and demanded arrest.

In several police stations in Mumbai, Congress workers handed over such memorandums to police officers and registered a case of treason against Arnab in order to demand his arrest.

Earlier, Bhai Jagtap had said that Arnab Goswami is leaving Mumbai and living in Delhi these days in order to escape the Mumbai Police. If a case of treason is registered against him in every police station in Mumbai, then Mumbai Police will be forced to arrest him from Delhi and bring him back to Mumbai.

As a result, Jagtap on Monday registered a case of treason against Arnab Goswami at the Azad Maidan police station and demanded his arrest. Jagtap was accompanied by Mumbai Congress working president Charanjit Singh Sapra.

The complaints come after the news of Arnab Goswami over his purported WhatsApp chats between former BARC CEO Partho Dasgupta where he is alleged to have told Dasgupta about a 2019 airstrike planned by the Indian Air Force in Balakot. Moreover, in recent developments, Partho Dasgupta has claimed that the Republic TV Editor-in-Chief, had paid him nearly INR 50 lakhs spread out over three years in exchange for his help to manipulate the television rating point or TRP.

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