Sanjay Dutt breaks down, refuses to seek pardon
Speaking to reporters in Mumbai, a visibly shattered Sanjay Dutt said, "When I am not going for pardon, there should not be a debate over it." He also urged, "only have a very little time left before I surrender. I beg media with folded hands to leave me alone for this time."Updated: Mar 28, 2013 17:52 IST
Actor Sanajy Dutt on Thursday said that he was a law abiding citizen and he will surrender within the stipulated deadline set by the Supreme Court.
The Bollywood actor said that he will not appeal for pardon. "When I am not going for pardon, there should not be a debate over it" Sanjay Dutt said.
Speaking to the media in Mumbai on Thursday, Sanjay Dutt said, "I want to thank everybody who supported me and want to say that I have a few days left and I want to finish all my work."
A visibly shaken Sanjay Dutt broke down while speaking to the reporters. He said, "I only have a very little time left before I surrender. I beg media with folded hands to leave me alone for this time. Right now, I am a shattered man, my family is shattered."
Sanjay Dutt also said, I love my country, I love citizens of my country and I love India," the actor said.
The Supreme Court on March 21 upheld Dutt's conviction under the Arms Act for possession and destruction of an AK-56 before the blasts.
First Published: Mar 28, 2013 11:15 IST