The Raigad Police on Friday filed a chargesheet before the Alibaug Court implicating Republic TV Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami and two other accused in the abetment to suicide case of interior designer Anvay Naik and his mother Kumud Naik..Placing reliance upon forensic reports, the Police claims in the charge sheet that the suicide note by Naik was not written under pressure. The forensic team has also matched the handwriting of Naik with the writing in the suicide note, the chargesheet states..The Raigad Police investigation team has referred to Anvay Naik's suicide note mentioning Goswami as the latter's dying declaration..The chargesheet running into 1,916 pages contains six statements recorded before the magistrate at Alibaug as per Section 164 of the Code of Criminal Procedure. It also has evidence from 65 witnesses which includes documentary and electronic evidence..The chargesheet came to be filed a day after Goswami had filed an application before the Bombay High Court seeking a stay on the filing of the same, and on any further probe into the case. In his plea, Goswami had also sought the transfer of the case to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) or any other independent investigating agency outside the purview of Maharashtra government..The application was filed in the plea challenging his illegal arrest and detention by the Raigad Police, which will be heard by the Bombay High Court on December 10..Goswami and the other accused were arrested by the Raigad Police earlier in November and were remanded to judicial custody for fourteen days. .No case made out prima facie to keep Arnab Goswami in police custody: Chief Judicial Magistrate, Alibaug observes in remand order.While he was in custody, Goswami was allowed to be interrogated by the Raigad Police for three hours everyday..While his bail applications were pending in the Sessions Court, Alibaug and Bombay High Court, Goswami also moved the Supreme Court for interim bail..After the Bombay High Court refused bail, the Supreme Court granted him interim release pending the disposal of the proceedings before the High Court and for a period of four weeks from the date of the judgment of the High Court.