I am not a terrorist, was not involved in 1993 bomb blasts : Sanjay Dutt

Sanjay Dutt today made a fervent appeal to dissociate his name once and for all from the 1993 Mumbai bomb blasts case.

Written by Sonup Sahadevan | Mumbai | Updated: February 25, 2016 10:19 pm
Sanjay Dutt, Sanjay Dutt terrorist, Sanjay Dutt Mumbai blasts case Sanjay Dutt today made a fervent appeal to dissociate his name once and for all from the 1993 Mumbai bomb blasts case. (Source: PTI)

Sanjay Dutt today made a fervent appeal to dissociate his name once and for all from the 1993 Mumbai bomb blasts case.

“I want to request and if you all agree to it I will be grateful and thankful.. I am not a terrorist. I have been acquitted by the TADA court in bomb blasts case and conspiracy. I was convicted under Arms Act and this has been declared by the Supreme Court as well,” Sanjay Dutt told reporters. Sanjay Dutt says amazing to be a free man, miss my father Sunil Dutt

Elaborating further on how he was not involved in any conspiracy during the serial bomb blasts, Sanjay Dutt said, “I have been acquitted from all charges under Section 120 B of IPC relating to conspiracy. I have been cleared of all charges by the TADA court. I was convicted in Arms Act.” Sanjay Dutt offers prayers at mother Nargis’ grave

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As part of his final appeal, Sanjay Dutt said, “I request everyone not to mention 1993 bom blast while writing about me because I was not involved in it.” Sanjay Dutt arrives home in Mumbai to a rousing welcome

Putting behind the torrid times since his conviction in the 1993 Mumbai blasts case, Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt walked out a free man from the Yerawada Central prison here after being granted remission in his five-year sentence.

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He completed 42-months remaining of his five year sentence in Yerawada prison in Pune as he had already spent 18 months in Mumbai’s Arthur road jail as an under-trial.