Sanjay Dutt’s latest image from jail

Sanjay Dutt is serving his jail term in Yerawada jail in Pune and during a function in jail, Sanjay has done what he does best, acting. He performed and entertained the audience. Sanjay Dutt bonds with his inmates. He delivered ‘Munnabhai’ dialogue and entertained his fellow inmates and the officers present. He put on red tilak on his forehead and grown beard. Sanju Baba was dressed in white kurta.

Sanjay Dutt is hold guilty of possession of illegal arms and pistol used in the Mumbai serial blasts in 1993. In 2007, Sanjay claimed that he has acquired the pistol and AK-56 to protect his family during the Mumbai riot.

In March 2013, the Supreme Court upheld his conviction in the case he was sentenced five years jail term but since he has already served one and half years in jail,  the actor now has to serve 42 months in jail.

The actor is not keeping well in jail, a team of doctors visited him and they were carrying a thorough investigation after he complained of breathing problem and high-blood pressure.  He might be moved to Mumbai hospital.

Sanjay applied for parole of 14 days for treatment of an undisclosed disease. In July this year, doctors visited him in jail as he had a problem in walking due to blood circulation. Dutt has submitted application for parole 20 days back and the decision is yet to come.

Sources at the Yerawada jail told dna, “The actor has applied for the parole leave and one of the Bollywood actors acted as surety for him. He applied for the leave some 25 days ago.”

Jail Superintendent Yogesh Desai declined to divulge any details about the ailment but he has confirmed that the 57 year old actor has applied for parole for treatment.

"We have forwarded his parole application to the divisional commissioner, who will take a decision. The divisional commissioner will get a detailed report from the concerned police stations and then decide on the application. While granting parole, the conduct of Sanjay Dutt will also be considered," Desai said.

The additional director general of police (prisons) Meeran Chadha Borwankar said that the matter has not come to her yet.

According to the jail manual, a convicted prisoner in jail can avail any one options of the two temporary leave from the jail to visit his home, either parole or furlough.

Parole is granted in cases of emergencies, furlough is available as a right to the prisoner.

A senior jail officer told dna, “Under the rules, a prisoner who has been convicted can apply for parole leave for 30 days, in case of any emergency in his family. This can be extended to another 60 days. Furlough for 14 days is available to a convict inmate who has spent two years in jail. This can also be extended by another 14 days.”