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Tamil magazine staff move HC for anticipatory police assure no arrests

Thirty-four employees including journalists of a Tamil weekly have moved the Madras High Court seeking anticipatory bail in connection with a case filed against them and the magazine s editor over articles that allegedly disparaged Governor Banwarilal Purohit. The employees of the vernacular Nakkheeran have been named as accused in the FIR registered over which editor R Gopal was arrested by police and subsequently released by a city court. On October 9, Gopal was picked up by a police team from the airport here, when he was on his way to Pune. He walked free after the magistrate court declined to remand him. When the petitions by the employees came up for hearing before Justice M Dhandapani Friday, the police assured that they would not be arrested. Recording the submission, the judge directed the police to file counter its affidavit by October 25 on the anticipatory bail petitions filed by the employees. Based on a complaint filed by the governor s secretary, the police had ...

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