Order Issued For The Arrest Of Sanjay Dutt

Magistrates Court, this region of Uttar Pradesh today issued non-bailable arrest warrant against Sanjay Dutt Filmstar to make provocative statements during the campaign for the 2009 general elections, officials said

Issuance of the warrant, the magistrate court directed Krishna Kumar Mau district magistrate to arrest him and Dutt in court July 8, 2011.

The order came on a complaint lodged by the local station house officer Vijay Shankar Yadav, Dutt charge of violating the electoral code of conduct for the reprehensible speech movie star, who came to Mau to campaign for the candidate of the Party Samajwadi Arshad Jamal, said during an election rally that "when I was in a prison in Mumbai, the police beat me because my mother was aa Muslim."

According to the FIR appeal to Dutt, the speech was clearly intended to sympathize with the local Muslim voters.

Dutt was arrested in April 1993 under strict Terrorist and Disruptive Activities Act (Prevention) in the aftermath of the attacks in Mumbai and spent 16 months in prison until his release on bail by the Supreme Court in October 1995. He was acquitted of terrorism charges but convicted under the Arms Act. He appealed and was released on bail.

Some time ago, another court in the district of Pratapgarh State has issued an arrest warrant Dutt after his speech that he would be willing to give his Jaadu ki jhappi of Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati, a reference to his character in the movie Lage Raho Munnabhai. The actor was then the High Court of Allahabad, which remained around


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