News is that the Munnabhai actor is most likely to be kept at Pune’s Yerawada jail where he’ll serve his sentence
As the Supreme Court rejected Sanjay Dutt’s review plea, the actor has no option but to surrender by May 15, 2013. According to a latest newspaper report, Dutt, in all probability, will be kept at Yerawada jail. If that happens, the actor is expected to be housed in a special cell with tight security.
“We are not sharing with media about where Sanjay Dutt will be kept after he surrenders,” said the Additional Director General of Police (Prisons) Meeran Borwankar while talking to a newspaper. As per the report, Sanju will first surrender before the TADA court and later will be handed over to Arthur Road jail from where the jail authority will provide him security. Earlier, he was lodged in a Thane jail where he was kept in the anda cell and later he was shifted to the Yerawada jail and kept in separate cell.
From what we hear, the P.K. actor has still got one judicial option left to get relief from the court verdict by filing a curative petition if his pardon is accepted by Maharashtra Governor. “He has no option but to surrender on the appointed day, and then seek relief of remission, which I hope he may get,” criminal lawyer Majid Memon said on being asked about SC’s rejection of Dutt’s plea.