In the letter dated June 10, Sarnaik said even though the alliance with the BJP has broken, personal and harmonious relations between leaders of the 'yuti' (Shiv Sena-BJP) remain.
Amit Chandole was arrested in November last year under the PMLA in a case involving a firm providing security services and others.
The Shiv Sena had called the raids on the MLA's properties as "political vendetta".
Speaking in the assembly, Sarnaik said he had submitted a list of such media outlets to Speaker Nana Patole's office.
Shiv Sena MLA Pratap Sarnaik submitted the breach of privilege notices against Goswami and Ranaut to the office of Assembly speaker on Sept 7.
Sarnaik in his notice says that ED has conducted two raids at his residence and has found nothing suspicious in those raids.
The Shiv Sena had earlier called the raids a "political vendetta" and said the Maharashtra government or its leaders will not surrender to pressure from anyone.
Sarnaik is also an accused in the case under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA).
He did not appear before the agency yesterday despite summons issued to him.
Amit Chandole, who is the promoter of Top Securities Group, was arrested after ED conducted searches at around 10 places in Mumbai and Thane on November 24.
Earlier in the day, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) raided various premises linked to Sarnaik in Mumbai and neighbouring Thane in connection with a money laundering case, official sources said.
The ED officials picked up Sarnaik's son from his residence and reached the probe agency's office at Ballard Estate in south Mumbai around 3.15 pm, an official said.
They said the searches are being conducted by the central agency at 10 locations linked to Sarnaik in Thane and Mumbai under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA).