anywhere throughout my life,says he will choose life over death,shattered peers say its abject surrender Days after prominent wildlife and RTI activist Amit Jethava was shot deada senior activist from Gandhinagar opposing the Girnar Ropeway Project in Junagadh has called off his campaign saying he fears for his life Bharat Jethvawho runs a community websiteposted a message on Saturday saying he would no longer opposed any development project in Gujarat Many of us have learnt today that we need to choose between our own Life or Wildlife… Jethva says while pledging he is no more involved in opposing the Girnar Ropeway Project Dear allI have no words to express what has happened to Amit Jethava ! His father forced him to leave Sopore after he drew the attention of security agencies. It was then that Usman made him join the LeT again, a police officer saidadding that Usman told him to apply for a Pakistan visa On his return from Pakistan in January 2012he went to Hazaribagh A week before his arrestAhtesham came to Delhi and moved in with Shafqat Ali who had already rented an apartment Shafqat (the second to be arrested)worked for a coffee retail chain and it was his job to recce the congested markets of Old Delhi?

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