UP court issues summons against Sanjay Dutt
Barabanki: A local court here has issued
a summons against Bollyood actor Sanjay Dutt directing him to
appear before it on March 22 in a case relating to alleged
objectionable remarks against Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister
Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate (ACJM) Arvind
Mishra issued the summons for the second time against filmstar
Sanjay Dutt yesterday asking him to appear before the court on
the next date of hearing on March 22 after he failed to
appear despite earlier instructions, prosecution sources said.
Dutt had reportedly made the allegedly objectionable
remarks about Mayawati at a rally during Lok Sabha election
campaign in Tikaitnagar in April last year.
The case was lodged against Dutt by the then station
house officer Vinay Kumar Mishra.
The investigating officer later filed a chargesheet
against the filmstar in ACJM`s court, which directed Dutt to
appear on February 22.
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