On 9th November 2020, the High Court of Bombay refused to grant bail to Arnab Goswami, editor-in-chief of the well-known news channel ‘Republic India’.
In 2018, Arnab and the other two were accused of abetting an interior designer and his mother to suicide. A division bench of Justices MS Karnik and SK Shinde stated that there is an alternative to the use of unusual powers on the High Court side.
The bench again said that people can keep their petition in the lower court, where the decision can be taken in just four days. On the other hand, on Saturday, the High Court had secured its decision on the issue, with Arnab and the two people petitioning for their release. Accordingly, the High Court also said that many people can put forth their problems, in which there are no restrictions.
It is said that the High Court of Bombay is hearing a petition filed on Arnab Goswami and two other people on this issue. The other two criminals, along with Arnab, are Nitish Sarda and Firoz Sheikh.