Mumbai, March 25 (CINEWS): Sanjay Dutt who was captured in April of 1993 and on charges of ownership and pulverization of an AK-56 rifle under the TADA Arms Act, was discharged on February 25 in the wake of finishing 5 years of detainment for the same charge.
He was demonstrated liable by the court and sentenced to imprison in July of 2007. His visa was additionally seized by CBI after his capture in April. Sanjay Dutt officially moved a request with the high court to reacquire his passport around then.
Awesome on-screen character that Sanjay Dutt is, he has a long line up of movies to begin shooting for and now that he has finished his sentence, he is preparing for the same regulated. In such manner, he needs his travel permit prepared with the goal that he can move unreservedly crosswise over nations if his parts request it. The hearing for his appeal to reacquire his identification was before held under the steady gaze of the exceptional TADA Court judge G.A. Sanap.
It was accounted for that the court had consented to issue a request for the arrival of the passport on Tuesday yet the officer in control, Sanap had asked CBI Counsel Deepak Salvi to give his feeling about the issue. Taking after that the CBI counsel has issued an order announcing that the researching office does not have any complaint with the arrival of Sanjay Dutt’s identification.