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Sanjay Dutt in court

November 28, 2006

Actor Sanjay Dutt and accused in the 1993 Mumbai Blasts case arrives at a TADA court on Tuesday morning.

The court found Dutt guilty under the Arms Act, it acquitted the actor of the criminal conspiracy charges under TADA.

The minimum sentence for the charges under which Dutt has been found guilty is five years.

Dutt is charged with receiving three AK-56 rifles, its ammunition, a 9 mm pistol, cartridges and hand grenades, which were part of the consignment smuggled by Tiger Memon to set off a series of blasts in Mumbai on March 12, 1993.

Photograph: Sajjad Hussain/AFP/Getty Images

Also See: 1993 Mumbai blasts: The Verdict


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Sub: about verdict

Our law is great.But if you have money you can be your judge.Our past crimes and verdicts proves that well.Money speaks everywhere.Everybody finding short-cuts(whether right ...


Posted by Charles David





Sub: Sanjay Dutt Verdict

No one should be spared if involved in any activity that is against India's interest.


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Sub: catharsis

This is from a person who has appreciated Sunjay Dutt evolve as a human post-arrest. The acquittal is embalming as much as the beleagured actor ...


Posted by umapathy





Sub: He should be punished

He is a comman man only. All laws should be equally applied to him. No one can claim to be innocent by aquiring such dadly ...


Posted by Parth Pandit





Sub: The Dutt!

Can someone who feel Sanjuy Dutt is NOT guilty tell me why was he carrying a weapon that to a AK 56 which is used ...


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