TRP scandal: Mumbai TV’s affidavit in SC, fine filed with Republic TV

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TRP scandal: Mumbai police have given their affidavits before the Supreme Court hearing. It is learned that the legal process has been misused in the application filed by Republic TV under this.

TRP scandal: A hearing on the television rating point will be held in the Supreme Court today. Earlier, Mumbai Police had filed its affidavit in the Supreme Court. The affidavit has been strongly opposed by Republic TV.

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Mumbai Police has said that a person accused of a crime in the name of freedom of expression cannot obstruct the work of the agency in such a manner and the accused should not have the right to decide how to investigate a case.

He said in his affidavit that the petition filed by Republic TV violated the law in some way. Therefore, the Supreme Court is being asked to dismiss this filing petition by imposing a fine.

Support of all channels except one – Mumbai Police

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Please note that Mumbai Police has claimed that all channels are cooperating in the investigation of the TRP scandal, but only one channel Republic TV is having difficulty in its investigation. Republic TV’s official press release has also been released.

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According to the old judgment of the Supreme Court, the case cannot be handed over to the CBI. This is because the investigation of the case is at an early stage and according to the Supreme Court, CBI investigation is not required in ordinary cases.

TRP scam case in three channels

For information, let us know that Mumbai Police Commissioner Parambir Singh recently exposed the TRP scandal at a press conference. In which Mumbai Police has claimed that some channels are buying TRP with money. Due to which consumers and advertising providers are being deceived.

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Under this case, two more Marathi channels including Republic TV came to light. Mumbai police later arrested the owners of both the Marathi channels. At the same time, Republic TV officials were summoned and summoned for questioning.

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