The CBI has arrested senior IAS officer Shivalinga Murthy here for his alleged involvement in the multi-crore rupee mining scam in Karnataka and he has been remanded to 12 days judicial custody, an official said.
The SC on brushed aside the objections against the Central Empowered Committee`s (CEC) recommendations, including those on categorisation of mines in Karnataka, saying as the situation was extraordinary, the remedy must match.
The Supreme Court Monday stayed a
Lokayukta police probe into the roles of IAS officer D S
Aswath and two other officials in a case of alleged illegal
mining in Karnataka, involving External Affairs Minister S M