Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt broke down as he addressed the press today, saying he’d not went for a pardon and would abide by the verdict of the Supreme Court, which has given him 4 weeks to surrender and serve the rest of his five-year phrase under the Arms Act for illegal possession of rifles in the 1993 Mumbai blasts case.
Sanjay Dutt, who’s already served about a year-and-half in prison, appeared before cameras today. Sanjay Dutt said, “I haven’t applied for a pardon. The Supreme Court has given me time and I will surrender in that time. I have a lot of work to finish. I would also like to spend some days with my family.”
Breaking down while making his brief statement, he hidden his head in his hands and was comforted by his sister and Congress MP Priya Dutt, who sat next to him. Sanjay Dutt didn’t answer any questions and walked away quickly.