સંજય દત્ત અને 1993 મુંબઈ સીરીયલ બ્લાસ્ટ કનેક્શન

Jun 16, 2017, 07:36 IST
  • Sanjay Dutt was arrested for the first time on 19 April, 1993 for illegal possession of arms under the Terrorist and Disruptive Activities Act (TADA). He was released on bail, but later re-arrested. All pics/mid-day archives

    Sanjay Dutt was arrested for the first time on 19 April, 1993 for illegal possession of arms under the Terrorist and Disruptive Activities Act (TADA). He was released on bail, but later re-arrested. All pics/mid-day archives

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  • The actor spent 16 months in prison and was only granted bail in October 1995 by the Supreme Court

    The actor spent 16 months in prison and was only granted bail in October 1995 by the Supreme Court

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  • During his confession to the police, a statement he later retracted, the actor admitted that don Abu Salem visited his house in January 1993 with Samir Hingora and Hanif Kadawala, believed to be close associates of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim

    During his confession to the police, a statement he later retracted, the actor admitted that don Abu Salem visited his house in January 1993 with Samir Hingora and Hanif Kadawala, believed to be close associates of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim

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  • The actor also revealed that he had brought three AK-56 rifles, of which he kept one so as to protect his family, which was receiving threats following the Babri Masjid demolition

    The actor also revealed that he had brought three AK-56 rifles, of which he kept one so as to protect his family, which was receiving threats following the Babri Masjid demolition

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  • Dutt also added that after he learnt of the bomb blasts and the arrest of Hingora and Kadawala, he panicked and thus asked Yusuf Nulwalla, his friend, to destroy the rifle

    Dutt also added that after he learnt of the bomb blasts and the arrest of Hingora and Kadawala, he panicked and thus asked Yusuf Nulwalla, his friend, to destroy the rifle

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  • In December 2001, Dutt denied his involvement in the blasts conspiracy and refuted the CBI charge that he possessed an AK-56 rifle and destroyed it. The actor had appeared before designated TADA judge P D Kode to give his point of view on the evidence tendered by CBI

    In December 2001, Dutt denied his involvement in the blasts conspiracy and refuted the CBI charge that he possessed an AK-56 rifle and destroyed it. The actor had appeared before designated TADA judge P D Kode to give his point of view on the evidence tendered by CBI

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  • His father Sunil Dutt was a major source of strength for Sanjay during his trying times, but in May 2005, Sunil Dutt passed away in his sleep, leaving Sanjay to fight a somewhat lonely battle

    His father Sunil Dutt was a major source of strength for Sanjay during his trying times, but in May 2005, Sunil Dutt passed away in his sleep, leaving Sanjay to fight a somewhat lonely battle

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  • In March 2006, extradited gangster Abu Salem confessed that he had delivered AK-56 rifles to Dutt

    In March 2006, extradited gangster Abu Salem confessed that he had delivered AK-56 rifles to Dutt

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  • In November 2006, Dutt finally escaped conviction under TADA, but was convicted under the Arms Act by the special TADA court

    In November 2006, Dutt finally escaped conviction under TADA, but was convicted under the Arms Act by the special TADA court

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  • While delivering its verdict on Dutt in July 2007, the special TADA court of Judge P D Kode handed out an imprisonment of six years to the actor. In picture: Sanjay Dutt with Bal Thackeray, Shatrughan Sinha and Sunil Dutt

    While delivering its verdict on Dutt in July 2007, the special TADA court of Judge P D Kode handed out an imprisonment of six years to the actor. In picture: Sanjay Dutt with Bal Thackeray, Shatrughan Sinha and Sunil Dutt

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  • Dutt moved the Supreme Court in August 2007, challenging his conviction and seeking bail. In November 2007, the actor was granted bail. In picture: Sanjay Dutt seeking divine intervention at Siddhivinayak Temple, Mumbai

    Dutt moved the Supreme Court in August 2007, challenging his conviction and seeking bail. In November 2007, the actor was granted bail. In picture: Sanjay Dutt seeking divine intervention at Siddhivinayak Temple, Mumbai

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  • In August 2012, Dutt admitted meeting underworld don Dawood Ibrahim once at a dinner that was hosted by him in Dubai. The actor was answering a question in the Supreme Court

    In August 2012, Dutt admitted meeting underworld don Dawood Ibrahim once at a dinner that was hosted by him in Dubai. The actor was answering a question in the Supreme Court

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  • Sanjay Dutt was handed a five-year jail term in 2013 for illegal possession of arms, of which he has already served 18 months

    Sanjay Dutt was handed a five-year jail term in 2013 for illegal possession of arms, of which he has already served 18 months

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  • Amid clamour for his pardon from various sections of the society, the sobbing actor spoke to the press on March 28, 2013, revealing that he would surrender when the time comes and is not seeking forgiveness

    Amid clamour for his pardon from various sections of the society, the sobbing actor spoke to the press on March 28, 2013, revealing that he would surrender when the time comes and is not seeking forgiveness

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  • Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt, who was released from prison in 2016, stated that he is not a terrorist and wants to leave behind the bitter memories of being convicted in connection with the 1993 serial blasts case. Now, the Maharashtra government has been asked to explain in the Bombay High Court its action of releasing him early,

    Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt, who was released from prison in 2016, stated that he is not a terrorist and wants to leave behind the bitter memories of being convicted in connection with the 1993 serial blasts case. Now, the Maharashtra government has been asked to explain in the Bombay High Court its action of releasing him early,

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Sanjay Dutt was arrested for the first time on 19 April, 1993 for illegal possession of arms under the Terrorist and Disruptive Activities Act (TADA). He was released on bail, but later re-arrested. All pics/mid-day archives

 
 
 
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