After the unfortunate demise of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput, every aspect is being investigated by the Mumbai Police. Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar also recommended a CBI probe into the Sushant Singh Rajput case.
Meanwhile, Thane Shiv Sena MLA Pratap Sarnaik has targeted Republic TV chief and editor Arnab Goswami, raising the architect Anvay Naik suicide case.
Shiv Sena MLA Pratap Sarnaik has asked Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh to reopen the file of architect Anvay Naik suicide case.
He said Republic TV owner and editor Arnab Goswami is first accused in Naik’s suicide note.
Advocate Sudhir Suryavanshi has also given the same information from his Twitter account.
Shiv Sena MLA Pratap Sarnaik writes Maharashtra home minister to reopen file of architect Anvay Naik suicide case where Republic TV owner & Editor Arnab Goswami is first accused in his suicide note. Naik & his mother committed suicides blaming Arnab & other two accused in note— Sudhir Suryawanshi (@ss_suryawanshi) August 6, 2020
“Let me remind you, Mr Arnab Goswami, in the studio where you shout, there was a person named Anvay Naik in the same studio who did a lot of work in the studio. You had given him work of about 7 crore rupees and have not paid the full amount. When he asked for money, you denied,” MLA Pratap Sarnaik said.
Eventually, the Marathi architect faced financial issues and committed suicide with his mother.
Anvay Naik’s wife Akshata Naik has approached the Maharashtra government for justice by sharing a video on social media. She has alleged that Raigad police did not properly investigate the case.
The FIR made by Anvay Naik’s wife also names three people, including Arnab Goswami, who did not pay the dues after his work.
However, an FIR was registered under Section 306 of the IPC against the three accused, including Arnab, based on a suicide note written by Anvay Naik but Anvay Naik has not got justice so far.
Sarnaik said that if there is any name in the suicide note, he should be arrested but the police did not yet properly investigate the case.