A video of a journalist Arnab Goswami is making a splash on social media platforms. In the clip, which has been viewed by millions, he is deriding and challenging Bollywood superstar Salman Khan in a hysterical manner.
“Where is Salman Khan? In which country is he hiding? Why is he not speaking a word on drug mafia in Bollywood?,” the journalist can be seen hollering at the top of his voice during a programme on his Hindi television channel ‘Republic Bharat’.
Goswami continued his tirade against the ‘Dabangg’ actor with exaggerated hand movements: “There is not a single tweet on the matter of Disha Salian. Why are you silent on the murder of Sushant Singh Rajput? In which city are you living, Salman?”
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Arnab’s diatribe elicited a volley of responses. While a lot of people had fun, making sardonic comments on his frenzied style, a few posted an old interview in which he is confessing that he’s a ‘total fan’ of Salman.
During the interview, he also said that Salman is a subject of huge academic research and many people must do PhD thesis on him to deconstruct his phenomenon and impact on the society.
‘All these events raise a huge question mark’
“If it was an accidental death or a suicide, why has the Mumbai Police changed the Investigating Officer of the Disha Salian case twice. Why did Rohan Rai plan a funeral on the 9th of June but her postmortem was done on the 11th of June? If it was an accidental death, why does her phone CDR show that her last call was done at 8:30 pm on the 8th of June and her phone was switched off for 4-4:30 hours and someone used her phone after the death on the same night? All these events raise a huge question mark and this does not look like a suicide and that is why we need it to be investigated,” Nitesh Rane said while speaking to ANI.
“We have also heard that something wrong happened to her at the party and after she left for her house in Malad-Malvani, she dialled 100. She had asked for help and had informed whatever happened. Police must have information as it was a recorded call. Even though police could not save her help. This raises a question on Mumbai Police too. I am giving a lead and the CBI should investigate this. I am willing to help the CBI if they ask me for it,” the BJP MLA said.