A day after actor Sanjay Dutt was granted four weeks time to surrender, seven other convicts including his friend Yusuf Mohsin Nulwalla and Zaibunissa also got a month’s time by the Supreme Court to turn themselves in to serve their remaining sentence in the 1993 Mumbai blasts case.
Granting relief to Abdul Razak Memon, Altaf Ali Sayed and Nulwalla, a bench of justices P Sathasivam and B S Chauhan said that no further time will be given to anyone to surrender on any ground.
The bench, however, refused to grant relief to another convict Yusuf Khan, who had sought extension of time to surrender till his review petition is decided by the Supreme Court, saying that relief cannot be granted on this ground.
The apex court had on March 21 upheld the sentence of five years imprisonment of Yusuf Khan. The court had also upheld the jail term of life imprisonment, 10 years and five years respectively of Memon, Sayed and Nulwalla.
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