Saamana claimed, last state government protect Aranab Goswami

In the midst of BJP Attacks Over Arnab Goswami Arrest, Sena Cites Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh

The publication in ”Saamana” claimed that the past state government “concealed” Anvay Naik’s self destruction case to ensure Arnab Goswami.

Mumbai: The Shiv Sena today pummeled the BJP for depicting the capture of Republic TV manager managing editor Arnab Goswami in an abetment to self destruction case as “dark day” and an “assault on the opportunity of press”.

A publication in Sena mouthpiece ”Saamana” said it was astonishing that focal priests alongside state BJP pioneers should state there was an “Crisis like circumstance” in Maharashtra because of Mr Goswami’s capture.

Mr Goswami was captured by police on Wednesday from his home in Mumbai for purportedly abetting the self destruction of inside fashioner Anvay Naik.

Mr Goswami and two others were reserved under charges of abetment of self destruction and basic aim regarding the self destruction of Mr Naik and the last’s mom over supposed non-installment of levy by Republic TV.

The article in ”Saamana” affirmed that the past state government “concealed” Mr Naik’s self destruction case to secure Mr Goswami.

It further guaranteed that a writer was captured in Gujarat for composing against the state government, while in Uttar Pradesh, columnists have been slaughtered.

“No one felt these occurrences were tokens of the Emergency. Indeed, the state BJP pioneers should request equity for Anvay Naik, a child of the dirt,” the article said.

“A blameless man passed on by self destruction alongside his matured mother. The dead man’s significant other is requesting equity and the police are adhering to the law,” it said.

“Where is the subject of the fourth mainstay (of vote based system) being assaulted? The individuals who are stating this are endeavoring to stomp on the principal column,” the article said.

Everybody including leaders are equivalent under the watchful eye of the tradition that must be adhered to, it said.