Maharashtra’s Congress leader Sachin Sawant requested the arrest of Arnab Goswami by enlisting cases for dissidence for the hole of sensitive data related to India’s national security via social messaging platform WhatsApp chat. The congress party likewise requested that a file should be a complaint against him in all police stations across Maharashtra under National Security Act, 1980 and Official Secrets Act, 1923.
Showed talks among Republic TV’s editor-in-chief Arnab Goswami and BARC’s CEO Partha Dasgupta, which proposed that they were aware of the balakot airstrike by the Indian Air Force on the terrorist launching pads in the Balakot region have started a political excitement.
Congress leader Sachin Sawant stated that “Formally documented a case file at Samta Nagar Police Station with Assistant Commissioner of Police Mohite and Senior Police Inspector Hake against Republic TV’s editor-in-chief Arnab Goswami requesting his quick arrest for penetrating law. They should know it where he found the data regarding the 2019 strike to terrorist launching pads?”
“To whom he has uncovered this data identified with internal security? Does he have any Pak associations as Pak appeared to have been prepared for the balakot airstrike?. Sachin Sawant and Ajanta Yadav “It is vital to inspect the source of the data which was co relative with India’s internal security. It is necessary to take important steps”.
On 27th January, Bhai Jagtap and Charan Singh Sapra met Mumbai police magistrate Param Bir Singh and requested a case file against the Republic TV’s editor-in-chief Arnab Goswami. The Congress party has presented their case in 94 police stn across the city.
The Republic television representative said, “It is very certain that the intrigue against us is absolutely a political game. Opposition Parties are driving this dissent. Opposition Parties that disagree with our inclusion are focusing on us. As a news media association, we comprehend the political expectation behind this, and are resolved to battle it with our head held high.”