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Sanjay Dutt general elections court case News

  • | April 2nd, 2014

    Nagma denies kissing and molestation incidents captured on camera!

    Nagma denies kissing and molestation incidents captured on camera!

    This actor turned politician is ready to contest the Lok Sabha elections 2014 on a Congress ticket from Meerut, however the recent events at rallies have left behind a bitter taste
    Nagma was first grabbed and kissed forcefully by her own party member, Congress legislator Gajraj Singh and later at another rally in Meerut the 39-year-old actor was groped at a public meeting. An angry Nagma did not just slap the man, but also wowed to never ever return to Meerut if she was subjected to any further harassment during the election campaigns. Interestingly, Nagma’s party has sought extra protection for the southern star during her rallies, while no action has been taken against miscreant Gajraj Singh as yet.  And now the actor too denies that she was groped or kissed during her outdoor visits for party’s campaign. Click here to read more

  • | May 4th, 2012

    Sanjay Dutt gets reprieve in 2009 election case

    Sanjay Dutt gets reprieve in 2009 election case

    Sanjay Dutt can heave a sigh of relief. The Allahabad High Court has stayed the criminal proceedings against him pertaining to a complaint made in 2009. It had been alleged that Sanjay had made inflammatory speeches while campaigning for the Samajwadi Party during the General Elections. An FIR had been filed against him. Sanjay’s counsel countered the allegations and said that the case was politically motivated by the then ruling party Bahujan Samaj Party, who were staunch rivals of SP. The counsel also stated that the police officers had not followed due procedure while filing the case. After weighing all the arguments, Justice Bala Krishna Narayana ruled that the criminal proceedings be stayed.
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