NEW DELHI: Supreme Court protected Republic TV Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami towards coercive motion because of the FIR lodged towards him.
Various FIRs had been filed towards Goswami in Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Telangana, Punjab, and West Bengal for derogatory remarks and defamatory remarks towards Congress President Sonia Gandhi in reference to the Palghar theft incident. <! –
A two-judge bench of Justices DY Chandrachud and MR Shah ordered that Goswami couldn’t be arrested for 3 weeks and was free to hunt safety from the trial courtroom as anticipatory bail or some other treatment throughout that interval. is.
The bench stayed all FIRs on which a case was registered in Nagpur. The Mumbai Police Commissioner has been directed to make sure the security of Goswami.
Meanwhile, Goswami has lodged an FIR in Mumbai alleging an assault on him on the behest of Congress.
Goswami in his TV program on 21 April questioned the "silence" of Congress chief Sonia Gandhi over the Palghar lynching incident.
The courtroom allowed Goswami to amend his petition to current the complainants as events to the apex courtroom towards him in addition to clubbing the FIR lodged towards him.