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Ex-MP granted bail in Jethava murder case

DNAHM117273 | 12/7/2017 | Author : DNA Corresponden | WC :146 | City-Ahmedabad



The Special Designated CBI court on Wednesday granted bail to former BJP MP Dinu Bogha Solanki in the murder case of RTI activist Amit Jethava.
Solanki is one of the accused in the Jethava murder case, and the Supreme Court had recently granted him bail on the condition that he has to be in jail while six eyewitnesses are being cross-examined, but can be released thereafter. However, he will have to live outside India.
Solanki, in his application, suggested that in compliance with the SC order, he will live outside Gujarat in the union territory Diu. Accepting the plea, the CBI court granted him bail.
In 2010, the RTI activist was murdered in front of the high court building. During trial, of the 195 witnesses, 105 turned
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