Zee News presenter arrested by UP police before Chhattisgarh police arrest him

Zee News had made a statement from Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on his ‘DNA’ program, saying the accused in the Udaipur massacre was a ‘child’, while that statement he made against those who looted the his office in Wayanad, Kerala. donated. In this regard, Congress has tabled a FIR in six states against the program anchor Rohit Ranjan and BJP MPs Rajyavardhan Singh Rathod, Subrata Pathak and Bhola Singh and BJP MP Kamlesh Saini and so on. Chhattisgarh police had arrived in Raipur to arrest the anchor.

Rohit Ranjan, presenter of Zee News. (Photo credits: Twitter)

New Delhi: Zee TV presenter Rohit Ranjan was arrested today (Tuesday) by police at his residence in Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh. The arrest comes days after the news channel linked a statement by Rahul Gandhi to the murder of Kanhaiya Lal, a tailor in Udaipur, for which he had apologized.

On July 1, the news channel Zee News, in its prime-time schedule program ‘DNA’, made a statement to Congress leader Rahul Gandhi saying he called the accused of the massacre of ‘child’ ‘Udaipur, while the said statement he made in Wayanad, Kerala In the context of SFI workers who looted the office.

Police from two states, Congress-ruled Chhattisgarh and BJP-ruled Uttar Pradesh, were seen dramatically Tuesday morning fighting and hitting to stop the anchor, NDTV reported.

Chhattisgarh police tried to arrest the anchor, but UP Ghaziabad police stopped her and took the anchor away.

Earlier, when the Chhattisgarh police team arrived at Rohit Ranjan’s home at 5.30am on Tuesday, he tweeted to Uttar Pradesh police. He alleged that Chhattisgarh police had come to arrest him without informing the local police.

Rohit Ranjan tweeted, labeling Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and state police: “Chhattisgarh police are in front of my house to arrest me without informing the local police, is it legal?”

Shortly afterwards, Chiptisgarh’s Raipur police responded in this tweet that he has an order, which no one needed to inform.

It was written from the Twitter address of the Raipur police: “There are no rules for reporting (to the local police). However, they have now been informed. You should really cooperate, join the investigation and defend yourself in court.

Ghaziabad police took Rohit Ranjan to an unknown location, preventing him from being arrested by Chhattisgarh police. He is currently in the custody of Uttar Pradesh police, where he has been charged with relatively light and bail charges.

It is known that Rohit Ranjan had made a statement by Rahul Gandhi on his ‘DNA’ program on Zee News as the statement he made about the Udaipur massacre, while the said statement that Gandhi made in connection with the attack his Wayanad office. It was given in context and activists of the attacking Federation of Students of India were told that they were children, they should be forgiven.

This video was also shared by BJP leaders like Rajyavardhan Rathore, who has also been charged in the FIR.

Later, the channel apologized for this and on July 2, Ranjan said on his show: “Yesterday (July 1) in the DNA of our show, Rahul Gandhi’s statement was in a wrong context in relating -the with the Udaipur incident.There was a human error for our team to apologize, we apologize.

An FIR has been filed against Rohit Ranjan in Raipur, the capital of Chhattisgarh, to show Rahul Gandhi’s statement in an “incorrect context”.

Apart from that, in this regard, the Congress said in a statement on July 4 that Bharatiya Party MPs Janata Rajyavardhan Singh Rathod and Subrata Pathak and three other people were accused of sharing “fake videos” and spreading lies. against its top leader Rahul Gandhi. An FIR has been filed against the people of Chhattisgarh.

Party and media leader Pawan Khera had also said that former Information and Broadcasting Minister Rajyavardhan Singh Rathod, BJP MPs Subrata Pathak and Bhola Singh and BJP MP Kamlesh, in the context of the broadcasting a video of Rahul Gandhi related to the Udaipur incident. have been filed against Saini and some others in six states.

Raipur police accuse UP police of interrupting the anchor arrest process

Police in the Raipur district of Chhattisgarh, who arrived in Ghaziabad to arrest the presenter of the Zee News channel, Rohit Ranjan, claimed that the Uttar Pradesh police obstructed the arrest process and took the anchor with them.

Raipur district police issued a statement saying: “On the report of applicant Devendra Yadav, a case against Rohit Ranjan was registered on July 3 at the police station, Civil Line, Raipur. S ‘has set up a team to investigate the case and arrest the accused, who is currently in Ghaziabad.

The statement said, “Raipur police followed due process in the case.” The Raipur police team has arrived this morning at the residence of the accused in Ghaziabad with an order issued against the accused by the competent court. The arrest process was unfolding with the arrest of the accused, but the local police (Ghaziabad), despite showing the order of the Chhattisgarh police, took the accused with them and obstructed the process of arrest. arrest.

Raipur District Police Superintendent Prashant Agarwal said that on July 3, in the complaint of Congress MP Devendra Yadav, a case was filed against Zee News presenter Ranjan for promoting enmity between different groups and hurting people’s religious feelings.

Aggarwal said a team was formed to investigate the matter and sent him to Ghaziabad to arrest the accused.

Another district police officer said Bhilai Nagar area Congress MP Devendra Yadav had also complained against Zee News channel directors, officers and presenters at the Civil Lines police station.

He said that following the complaint, police have filed a case against the president and director of Zee Group, the CEO of Zee News channel, the producer of the TV show, the anchor presenting the show and others.

It should be noted that on July 2, Congress Secretary-General Jairam Ramesh wrote a letter to BJP President Jagat Prakash Nadda apologizing on behalf of his leaders for spreading “lies” about Rahul Gandhi, in case otherwise legal action would be taken.

Kheda told reporters on Monday: “Our general secretary Jairam Ramesh had given Nadda 24 hours. No response until last night. We have filed complaints against Rathore and some other BJP leaders in six states: Rajasthan, Jharkhand, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Delhi and Chhattisgarh A FIR has also been filed against Rathore and four other people in Bilaspur of Chhattisgarh.

Hitting Rathore, party spokesman Supriya Shrinet said: “Force part of a bigger conspiracy. You are fanfare the fire of bigotry and you even dare to link Rahul Gandhi with the terrorists. It will not be tolerated.

Supriya insisted, “Lying will no longer be tolerated.” If you spread lies against our top leader Rahul Gandhi, it will not be tolerated. Appropriate legal action will be taken.

On July 2, Congress workers also demonstrated in front of Zee News headquarters in Film City, located in Sector 16-A of Noida. Sharing a video during the rally, the President of the Indian Youth Congress, Srinivasan Biwi, wrote on his Twitter account that it is a statement of fight against the Modi media responsible for the country’s ruin .

Zee News presenter Rohit Ranjan, BJP national spokesman Rajyavardhan Rathod, Army Major Surendra Poonia and Uttar Pradesh MP Kamlesh Saini, in connection with the Udaipur incident involving the Wayanad statement of Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on July 2nd. A case was filed against many other people, including Rajas. the capital Jaipur.

Congress leader Ram Singh has filed a case under various sections of section 504, 505, 153A, 295A, 120B IPC and IT Act 2000 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) at the Banipark police station in Jaipur.

(with input from the language of the news agency)

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