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Pardon petition for sanjaya dutta sent to mah. governor by amar singh has been forwarded to hm of govt. of mah. do you think cong/ncpgovt of maharastra will recommend pardon for sanjay if yes then what will be its implication?

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Asked by Ramesh Agarwal, 31 Mar '13 07:50 pm
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I don't think he will do this but if he even does then this would send a completely wrong message.
Answered by Quest, 01 Apr '13 11:10 am

 
  
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But Sanjay Dutt himself has clearly announced in a press conference he called in front of his house that 'I have not moved any application anywhere for pardon. I want to go to jail and will do so according to SC directions' He also said there many other cases that deserve pardon.'
Therefore I don't think any law says that others can get a person pardoned via their petitions and pleas etc, even if the affected person himself says he doesn't want to be pardoned!!!!
Answered by QueSera Sera, 31 Mar '13 08:13 pm

 
  
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Implication : all potential criminals will have further courage.
Unmindful of the implication, as usual, Amar Singh is searching space to lime light.
Answered by Prakash Chandra, 31 Mar '13 11:43 pm

 
  
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Gentleman will weep in rain !
Answered by uttam wavge, 31 Mar '13 09:43 pm

 
  
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Does amar singh has any reputation? i feel it will see dust bin
Answered by shyamvanwari, 31 Mar '13 09:09 pm

 
  
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Let us wait and not read politics
Answered by truth exposed, 31 Mar '13 07:54 pm

 
  
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Then the judgement by the Supreme Court of India,
will go in vain.
Answered by mohanbirsingh ghura, 31 Mar '13 07:54 pm

 
  
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To answer your question materially on the basis of legal provisions, one must keep in mid what the sacred Indian Constitution has provided. In this regard. Accordind to Article Seventy two of Indian constitution the President shall have the power to grant pardons, reprieves, respites or remissions of punishment or to suspend, remit or commute the sentence of any person convicted of any offence
(a) in all cases where the punishment or sentence is by a Court Martial;
(b) in all cases where the punishment or sentence is for an offence against any law relating to a matter to which the executive power of the Union extends;
(c) in all cases where the sentence is a sentence of death
According to this, President will consider such petition where the Union of India, or more simply the Government of India has tried the caccused. So, it does not come within ambit of Presidential; consideration for granting any waiver.

In Sanjay Dutts case, it was the Maharashtra Government who pros ...more
Answered by soumyen sarkar, 01 Apr '13 09:21 pm

 
  
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