New Delhi: In what could be a second reprieve for Mr. ArnabGoswami in matter of 48 hours, Delhi High Court has refused to grant injunction for BCCL against ArnabGoswami reporting on the LaluYadhav & Sahabuddin and Sunandha tapes issue.
The Delhi High court also admonished ‘Times of India’ group for publishing article against ArnabGoswami and Republic TV by using its own publication to make unethical statements against ArnabGoswami.
The Court also restrained Times of India group and Republic TV from reporting on matter until further orders from the court.
ArnabGoswami and Republic TV’s argument supported by top law firm Phoenix legal and represented by Parag Tripathi and Sandeepsethi has denied all allegation of IPR infringement by BCCL.
Republic TV submitted before the HC stating that TOI is making all allegations because the TRPs of their News Channels have fallen and they have lost viewership since the launch of Republic TV.
Ealier, during the ex-parte hearing, the Judge asked Times NOW that “if they had the Sunanda tapes with them for two years then why had they not aired it”.
The Delhi High Court had yesterday refused to put a stay on BARC ratings, which reported Republic TV as the leader in English news genre market share.