In a note to the CBI, which is attached to the CD, Bhikha has said, “Damania had shown the CD to Shah in 2010 before he was arrested in the Sohrabuddin encounter case...However, Shah did not do anything about the case and the state government refused to accept any complaint against Dinu Solanki.”
A CBI officer associated with the probe said, “We have received the audio CD containing voice records and another video CD having visuals of sand mining in Gir against which Jethwa was reportedly fighting. The call records of Solanki have been received and analysis of both along with CDRs of his nephew and others will give a clear picture of the conspiracy behind the murder.”
The video CD shows vidoe grabs of bulldozers and trucks mining sand. The labourer caught on camera is heard saying that on and off contracts are given to them to pick up sand from the area and take it to Junagadh for sale. When asked why unregistered vehicles were used for collecting sand, he said that the (sand mining) company managers had given vehicles but the labour contract comes through five different people who are connected to them. The man who runs this company is reported to be a business partner of Dinu Solanki’s nephew Shiva Solanki who runs a construction business of supplying sand and other material. Shiva is in jail in connection with Jethwa’s murder.
Bhikha claimed in the note, “Solanki was using a mobile phone (8758903001) which is in the name of Bharatbhai of Sutrapada. He used this phone to call several persons, including Jethwa, before his murder. The police claimed there were no call details to prove he was behind the conspiracy and murder; however, the call records (on this number) if observed will show how many times he spoke to his nephew Shiva and others who are in jail for murdering Jethwa. The phone’s location and details show a clear involvement of Dinu Solanki in the murder.”