In November last year, Goswami filed a petition in the high court, seeking to quash the FIR registered against him by the Alibaug police.
In his petition, Goswami has challenged his 'illegal arrest' and sought an urgent order of stay in the investigation into the case and also a direction to the police to release him immediately.
The home minister also slammed the opposition parties, saying Congress and its allies have 'shamed democracy' and that the incident 'reminds us of Emergency'.
Goswami was arrested on Wednesday morning by the Raigad police for allegedly abetting the suicide of a 53- year-old interior designer in 2018.
The Guild called upon the Maharashtra chief minister to ensure that Goswami is treated fairly and state power is not used against critical reporting by the media.
He said that Congress leaders Sonia and Rahul Gandhi have attacked the Modi government 'through motivated charges of attack on institutions'.
Goswami, who was seen being pushed into the police van, claimed he was assaulted by police at his home, while being taken away.
A police official said that on Wednesday they arrested Goswami from his residence in Mumbai for allegedly abetting suicide of a 53-year-old interior designer.
In a viral video, police personnel who entered Goswami's home are seen asking him if he is coming along with them peacefully, following which there is a brief scuffle.