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Journalists took out an angry march for the release of Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami of Republic India.

News Desk
Monday, November 9, 2020


Members of the Indian Journalist Association performed at the DM office.

Munger, Bihar

An outrageous march was carried out under the banner of the Indian Journalist Association Munger, describing the inhuman behavior and arrest made by the Maharashtra Police over the editor-in-chief of Republic India, Arnab Goswami as undemocratic. In the protest march, journalists marched from the Jain Dharamshala to the District Collectorate in the city expressing resentment against the Maharashtra government by taking slogans.

Release the journalist Arnab Goswami, who was involved in the outrage march ..., implement the journalist security law ..., Maharashtra police hi hi ..., stop torturing journalists ..., do not tolerate attack on the fourth pillar of democracy Will be done ..., etc. were shouting slogans. Association District President Lalmohan Maharaj said that his voice cannot be suppressed by creating unnecessary pressure on journalists and showing fear.

It is unconstitutional for Maharashtra Police to arrest Arnab Goswami in a false trial without giving notice. This can never be tolerated. District General Secretary KM Raj said that due to the efforts of Arnab Goswami, the murder case of Sushant Singh and Palghar Sadhu Sant is being investigated intensively. Which is passing exasperated to the Government of Maharashtra.

Special invited Indian Journalist Association, Bihar Pradesh Vice President Ranjit Vidyarthi and Divisional President Shashikant Suman said that journalists keep sweating day and night to show the right direction to the society and to raise their voice against injustice.

Terrorist treatment with them is not fair in any sense. Shashi Kant Suman, Puneet Singh, Santosh Kumar, Prince Kumar, Rajesh Thakur, Abhishek Kumar, Raj Pushkar, Manish Kumar, Bittu Kumar, Santosh Kumar, Omprakash Poddar, besides a large number of print and electronic media media were present on the occasion. After the demonstration, a three-member delegation handed over the letter to the President, DM Rachna Patil.