Arnab Goswami declares independence from fake and compromised media

More than four months after he stepped down as Times Now Editor-in-Chief, Goswami also revealed that he was stopped from entering his studio at the channel just days before he left the organisation. The senior journalist said "Two days before I left Times Now, I was stopped from doing my

Arnima Dwivedi
Published on: 27 March 2017 7:08 AM GMT
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New Delhi: He might have taken break from the news industry for a while, but the most daring news show host Arnab Goswami has planned to be back with a bang.

In a recent conclave by a leading news channel, the anchor of Times Now’s flagship show ‘The newshour’ has made it clear that he would not put his step down from asking the questions that matter to the nation and its people.

Soon to make a comeback with fresh news show, Arnab declared his independence from fake and compromised media.

“The only question is this, 'Will we ask difficult questions or will we avoid them?' I don’t need security, but I will raise the questions,” stated Goswami at the event.

More than four months after he stepped down as Times Now Editor-in-Chief, Goswami also revealed that he was stopped from entering his studio at the channel just days before he left the organisation. The senior journalist said "Two days before I left Times Now, I was stopped from doing my show. I was told I was not allowed to do the show. I was not allowed to enter my own studio, the studio I built.”

Expressing his disappointment, he further said, “I was hurt the way I was being treated in the organisation. When you build an institution and you are not allowed to enter your own studio, you feel sad. It hurts you."

It could be recalled that On November 1, 2016, Arnab Goswami quit from his position of Editor-in-Chief and President, News, of Times Now and ET Now and had announced the new project, the Republic, On December 15, 2016.

Arnima Dwivedi

Arnima Dwivedi

A journalist, presently working as a sub-editor with newstrack.com. I love exploring new genres of humans and humanity.

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