Supreme Court Bollywood Star Sanjay Dutt Six year jail CBI upholds conviction
The Mumbai blasts took place on March 12, 1993 and left 257 dead and 713 injured.
Property worth Rs. 27 crore was lost.
123 accused were tried by the CBI and 100 of them were convicted and the rest acquitted by the TADA court in Mumbai.
Dawood is one of the main accused in the serial blasts case.
Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has told the Supreme Court that the actor's conviction under Arms Act in connection with the 1993 Mumbai blasts case and his six-year jail term should be upheld.
Now CBI has upheld the conviction of six years now if Supreme Court of India accepts the demand of CBI then Sanjay Dutt may have to spend the remaining period of time in Jail.
Bollywood star Sanjay Dutt was arrested the blasts in 1993 and spent 18 months in jail after that he got the conditional bail.
In 2007, Sanjay Dutt was convicted by a Special Terrorist and Disruptive Activities Act (TADA) court for illegally possessing a 9 mm pistol and an AK-56 rifle.
CBI said that before the attack, Dawood's gang members had delivered AK-56 rifles, a 9 mm pistol and grenades to Mr. Sanjay Dutt's home
CBI had said that the weapons given to Mr. Dutt were part of the stockpile used for the Mumbai blasts.
He was acquitted under the Tada Act.
CBI did not challenge the Tada Act Acquittal in Supreme Court of India.
After conviction, Sanjay Dutt filed an appeal in Supreme Court of India in August 2007.
In November 2007, Sanjay Dutt was granted bail.
August 14 -In Supreme Court advocate for the Sanjay told SC bench that Mr. Dutt had only attended a dinner in Dubai hosted by Dawood before the Mumbai terror attack.
I have only attended a dinner at Dawood's house along with two film producers, which was before the blast. Other than that I do not have any relationship,"
Crime Happened in Year 1993 -
Now Year is 2012 Still case is going on
Justice delayed is Justice Denied
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