UPDATE: Sanjay Dutt has withdrawn his plea to surrender at the Yerawada jail in Pune
The actor will give himself up before a special TADA court in Mumbai. Keep watching this space for more updates.
Earlier story: Sanjay Dutt, who was accused in the 1993 Mumbai bomb blasts case has urged the designated TADA court to let him surrender before the Yerawada jail in Pune instead of giving himself up before the special court
Soon after the Supreme Court refused to grant him additional time to surrender in the 1993 Mumbai bomb blasts case, Sanjay Dutt has filed yet another plea! This time the actor has requested the TADA court that he be allowed to surrender before the Yerawada jail in Pune, and not the special court. Judge GA Sanap has now asked the CBI to file a reply and the plea will be heard tomorrow.
The Supreme Court earlier in the day rejected a petition filed by two film producers, who sought more time for Dutt so that he could complete their under-production films. Sanju, who’s convicted under the Arms Act and sentenced to five years jail term, is supposed to surrender on May 16 before the authorities.