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HC enables Republic TV to question Mumbai Police chargesheet in bogus TRP case

Hc Enables Republic Tv To Question Mumbai Police Chargesheet In Bogus Trp Case

The High Court also began again a provisional assistance through which it organized the Mumbai Police to convene workers of Hansa Research Group, plaintiff in the trial, for investigation barely two days a week for a “adequate time” until the following earshot.


The corporation had documented a request for suppressing the FIR enrolled by the Mumbai Police in the lawsuit and subpoena handed out to its aged administrators.

The Bombay High Court on Wednesday enabled ARG Outlier Media Pvt Ltd, which rides Republic TV, to revise its request so as to question the chargesheet documented by Mumbai Police in the phony TRP lawsuit. The corporation had documented a request for quelling the FIR enrolled by the Mumbai Police in the lawsuit and subpoena handed out to its aged administrators.

The High Court furthermore began again a provisional assistance through which it organized the Mumbai Police to convene workers of Hansa Research Group, plaintiff in the lawsuit, for investigation barely two days a week for a “reasonable time” until the second earshot. The corporation had begged for the investigation to be transported to the CBI.

On November 5, a district court of Justice S S Shinde and Justice M S Karnik, which is learning the trial, organized the Mumbai Police to accept an improvement announcement in the TRP bunco prosecution in a closed blanket, which it took on certificate on Wednesday. The tribunal also authorized the solicitors to earn the CBI a festivity to the lawsuit and handed out heeds to the main agent to react to the petition.

On Monday, the Mumbai Police Crime Branch filed a 1,400-page chargesheet in the trial, calling six tunnels, encompassing those of Republic Media Network and News Nation, as allegedly paying cash to increase TRPs for over two years.

On Wednesday, aged attorney Aabad Ponda, affecting Republic TV, pursued evacuate to revise the petition with challenges to the chargesheet. He strived a quick adjournment to listen to the revised petition on Friday.