The Raigad District Court had sent Arnab to the judicial custody by 18 November. He was then kept at the Quarantine Center in a school in Alibaug.
Mumbai| The Bombay High Court today refused to grant bail to Arnab Goswami, editor-in-chief of Republic TV. The High Court instead asked him to apply in the lower court. On November 4, Arnab was arrested by the Mumbai police on charges of abetting a designer and his mother to suicide. The case pertains to 2018 when Interior Designer Anvay Naik had committed suicide along with his mother as Arnab Goswami and two others owed him money which they didn’t return.
Governor speaks to Home Minister on Arnab’s security
On Monday, a statement came from Maharashtra Raj Bhavan that Governor BS Koshyari had spoken to Home Minister Anil Deshmukh regarding Arnab’s case.
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The governor expressed concern about Arnab’s security and health. At the same time, he has asked the Home Minister that Arnab’s family should be allowed to meet and talk to him.
Police said- Arnab also used the phone in judicial custody
The Raigad District Court had sent Arnab to the judicial custody by 18 November. He was then kept at the Quarantine Center (Temporary Jail) in a school in Alibaug until Saturday night. He was shifted to Taloja jail on Sunday morning. Police had said that Arnab was using mobile phones and was active on social media, despite having judicial custody.
While going to Taloja Jail, Arnab said that his life was threatened.
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