RTI activist`s murder: Case against BJP MP committed for trial

The special CBI court here on Saturday committed the case against BJP MP from Junagadh Dinu Bogha Solanki, the prime accused in the murder of RTI activist Amit Jethwa, to the sessions court for trial.

Amit Jethwa murder case: Court allows CBI to interrogate Dinu Solanki with accused

A CBI court allowed the central probe agency to interrogate BJP MP from Junagadh Dinu Bogha Solanki along with co-accused Bahadursinh Vadher inside the Sabarmati Central Jail until November 30.

Amit Jethwa murder case: BJP MP Solanki sent in CBI custody

BJP MP from Junagadh, Dinu Bogha Solanki, was on Thursday remanded in CBI custody till November 11 in RTI activist Amit Jethwa murder case by a special CBI court.

CBI gets two-day transit remand of BJP MP in murder case

A Delhi court granted a two-day transit remand to the CBI to take arrested BJP MP Dinubhai Boghabhai Solanki to Ahmedabad in connection with murder of RTI activist Amit Bhikabhai Jethwa.

CBI registers case in RTI activist Amit Jethwa`s murder

CBI on Tuesday registered a case in connection with the 2010 killing of Gujarat-based RTI activist Amit Jethwa in which a state BJP MP is a suspect.

RTI activist Jethwa`s killer brought to Ahmedabad

Crime branch officials on Sunday brought Sailesh Pandya, accused of killing RTI activist Amit Jethwa, to the city from Mumbai.

Amit Jethwa case: BJP MP`s nephew arrested

The Ahmedabad police on Tuesday arrested Shiv Solanki, nephew of BJP MP Dinu Solanki, in connection with the Amit Jethwa murder case.

Jethwa case: Nephew of BJP Junagadh MP under police scanner

RTI activist was shot dead days after he filed a PIL against illegal mining in Gir forest region.

Jethwa’s murder: Congress demands CBI probe

RTI activist Amit Jethwa had filed a PIL against illegal mining in Gir forest region.

RTI fraternity stunned at killing of Guj crusader

The killing of a RTI
crusader against mining mafia in Gujarat has stunned the Right
to Information fraternity which saw a "pattern" in yet another
fatal attack in the recent months on persons raising their