Sanjay Dutt’s curative petition dismissed by the Supreme Court

Sanjay Dutt, who recently had a thorough health check in Pune’s Yerwada jail has some more bad news to deal with - the Supreme Court on Tuesday dismissed the curative petition filed by the actor’s

Sanjay Dutt’s curative petition dismissed by the Supreme Court
Yogen Shah

No respite for Sanjay Dutt, his family, friends and fans – the actor will have to serve his jail term as originally mandated

Sanjay Dutt, who recently had a thorough health check in Pune’s Yerwada jail has some more bad news to deal with – the Supreme Court on Tuesday dismissed the curative petition filed by the actor’s lawyers asking for reconsideration of his 1993 blasts conviction.

Dutt breathed a sigh of relief in 2007 when he was cleared of conspiracy charges; however, he was found guilty of illegal possession of arms, for which he was awarded a jail term of six years, some of which he had already served at the time. Even before his surrender in May this year, Sanjay filed a review petition – that was also dismissed. With the dismissal of the last option he had, of a curative petition, the actor will have to serve his full term in jail.

 

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