Arnab Goswami gets candid: Was not even allowed to enter Times Now studio

This, Goswami said, happened after he questioned Kejriwal's protest against note ban

BS Web Team New Delhi

Renowned journalist and broadcaster Arnab Goswami finally revealed the reason behind his abrupt decision to quit Times Now and form a venture of his own.
In an interview to News24, former Editor-in-Chief at Times Now Goswami said he wanted to establish an unbiased media publication that could raise tough questions which others usually steer clear of.
Goswami said, “I have declared my independence from the fake media, compromised media." He added, in a visibly hurt tone, "“Two days before I left Times Now, I was told you can't do the program. 18th November was my last day, I was not allowed to enter my own studio. The studio I built. I was stopped." (Watch the entire interview here)

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First Published: Mar 27 2017 | 10:56 AM IST

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