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SC to hear tomorrow Arnab Goswami's plea against HC order refusing relief in suicide case

SC to hear tomorrow Arnab Goswami's plea against HC order refusing relief in suicide case

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New Delhi [India], November 10 (ANI): The Supreme Court will hear tomorrow the plea filed by Republic TV Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami challenging the Bombay High Court order, which refused to grant him interim bail in the 2018 abetment to suicide case.
Goswami, in his plea, made the Maharashtra government, Mumbai Police, Central government and others respondents in the matter.
The Bombay High Court had on Monday refused to grant interim relief to Arnab Goswami and two others in connection with the case and directed him to approach a lower court to seek bail.
A division bench of Justice SS Shinde and Justice MS Karnik observed that no case is made out to exercise the extraordinary jurisdiction of the High Court. Earlier yesterday, Goswami had also filed a bail before a Raigad sessions court.
The High Court was hearing the bail applications of Goswami and two other persons accused in the death case of interior designer Anvay Naik, who allegedly died by suicide in Alibaug in May 2018. A suicide note purportedly written by Naik alleged that Goswami had not paid him his dues.
The Bombay High Court had on November 7 reserved its order on Arnab Goswami's plea challenging his arrest and seeking relief in the matter. Last week, Goswami and two others were arrested in connection with the case. He, along with the other two accused, was sent to 14-day judicial custody by a lower court later that day.
Goswami had alleged that he along with his mother-in-law, father-in-law, son and wife were physically assaulted by the officers of the Mumbai Police, who entered Goswami's residence, to arrest him at the early hours of November 4.
The suicide case, in which a closure report was filed in 2019, was reopened after Naik's wife Akshata approached a court. In September this year, Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh had ordered a re-investigation into the case after a fresh complaint by Naik's daughter. (ANI)

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