TRP scam: Why Republic TV prevented Mumbai police from investigation now
TRP scam: Why Republic TV prevented Mumbai police from investigation now

 Republic TV has talked about approaching  Supreme Court in TRP scam case. The CFO of the Republic Channel has told the Mumbai police that they are going to the Supreme Court and the case is likely to be heard in a week. He has, therefore, urged the Mumbai police not to start the investigation now. In the meantime, the investigation is going on in the TRP scam case. The Mumbai police will take the help of the crime branch as well as the Economic Offences Branch in the investigation. The Economic Offences Branch fund transfer will search for the money earned from the advertisement through fack TRP.

EOW will examine the financial aspects of DCP Parag in Mumbai. The service of forensic auditors will also be used for forensic audit of financial transactions of the Republic and other two channels. Let us tell you that the Mumbai police claimed to have busted the falls TRP racket on Thursday. The police said that 3 channels, including Republic TV, used to buy TRP by paying money. These channels are being looked into. Some persons were also arrested in the case of TRP manipulation.

The Mumbai police has arrested 4 criminals in the case. While the crime branch has sent a notice to BARC, the institution measuring the TRP. By sending notices, the crime branch has sought documents relating to where the role of Republic TV is suspicious. In addition, Mumbai police has summoned republic TV. It is alleged that the channel reporter had raised crowds outside the bungalow of Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut. 15 persons have been arrested in the case. The investigation is underway.

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