The Supreme Court has stayed the arrest of Arnab Goswami, chief-in-chief of Republic TV. A contempt notice has also been issued against the Maharashtra law secretary.
The Supreme Court has stayed the arrest of Arnab Goswami, chief-in-chief of Republic TV. A contempt notice has also been issued against the Maharashtra law secretary. Explain that Maharashtra Legislative Assembly Secretary Arnab Goswami had issued a convenient notice for criticizing Uddhav Thackeray. In the same case, the Supreme Court has reprimanded the Maharashtra government.
The Maharashtra Assembly had conveniently issued a notice against Arnab Goswami for criticizing Uddhar Thackeray. Arnab Goswami had threatened to write a letter against the notice when he reached the Supreme Court. Taking note of the case, the Supreme Court has issued a contempt notice against the Maharashtra Assembly Secretary. The Supreme Court has said that going to the Supreme Court is a fundamental right of any person. The Supreme Court has asked the Assembly Secretary to be present during the next hearing. Also, the arrest of Arnab Goswami in this case has been stopped.
Arnab Goswami is being threatened
The apex court said it was clear from the letter that Arnab Goswami had been threatened in court. In such a situation, the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly must understand that going to court is a fundamental right of any person and it is enshrined in Article 32 of the Constitution.