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Sanju paid Rs 38.25 for 37 days


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seal a
Prison reform needed
by seal a on Dec 03, 2007 04:19 AM  | Hide replies

I am shocked at the price given to a person working when he /she is in a prison.
i feel taht if a convict is to be set free from a prison in his life time and if a prison is to be looked upon as a correctional facility then it is nessesary to pay them well for their work as well so that when they come out they should have substantial amount to carry on life and this amount would give them confidence as well financially.

For this actor its not much of a sum but imagine the layman......Hence this report should bring this to lime light.



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slash
RE:Prison reform needed
by slash on Dec 03, 2007 09:00 AM
or sanju baba has hardly worked to give him only that much money.

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HasanAliKhan Mohammed
its not Rs.38.25, its Rs.395.
by HasanAliKhan Mohammed on Dec 02, 2007 03:09 PM  | Hide replies

Dear Editor,
Please check with your sources about the amount paid to "Sanju Baba" in Jail, as per ZEE NEWS its Rs.395 for 37 days.
No wonder its not the first time for rediff to publish wrong information but, do cross check your sources before publishing it, after all some people in the world is reading your news everyday.


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RE:its not Rs.38.25, its Rs.395.
by slash on Dec 03, 2007 09:01 AM
thanx for the errata. 38.25 did seem a tad ridiculous.

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RE:RE:its not Rs.38.25, its Rs.395.
by slash on Dec 03, 2007 09:01 AM
or maybe they meant 38.25/day ?

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India Commonman
My suggession
by India Commonman on Dec 02, 2007 02:02 AM  | Hide replies

Friends,
In my opinion, releasing criminals like Sanju is not a justice at all. Lets assume this crime was done by common man like you or me. Would we have got the same justice? If a common man would have got released on bail then definitely Sanjay has rights to get release. He is well educated, had more knowledge of implications of his did than any common man and on the top of this, he is a celebrity. Considering all these factors, he is expected to be more responsible to the society.
Inside the jails, prison officials allot a work to all the criminals looking at their skills and capabilities. Besides weaving bamboo chairs for whole day, about 20 percent of his work they should trade with his real skills. They should ask Sanju to act in the Government campaign inside the prison. Especially campaigns based on the subjects like ::Fight with terror::, ::How laughter is important in life?::, ::How to respect laws::, etc.
This would be a multifold solution. He will have to do hard work for 80 percent of the time like other criminals do which ensures he is getting punished. Government can save the money they are spending on the actors for such campaigns. People will get the real life examples since it will be from the horses mouth. It will make our law look stronger since we are catching the criminals, forcing and changing their mindset and using them for spreading the awareness against the crimes they have committed. Nothing will be better thereat for the people who are goin

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India Commonman
RE:My suggession
by India Commonman on Dec 02, 2007 02:03 AM
Nothing will be better thereat for the people who are going to commit such crimes.
I have similar suggestion for other criminals who have committed bigger sins. Use them as a think tank who will suggest the ideas to catch the criminals like them and who are roaming freely in the society. I know there will be operational issues while implementing this idea. But, I think we should we try this.

Common Man

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slash
RE:My suggession
by slash on Dec 03, 2007 09:03 AM
not true. just make sure that we the people put pressure, not to release ANY criminals

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venki venki
RE:RE:My suggession
by venki venki on Dec 03, 2007 09:55 AM
How long still you bring religionship in every matter...
give up man...we are human beings....


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Mahdi Muzaddid
RE:My suggession
by Mahdi Muzaddid on Dec 02, 2007 06:40 PM
Sanjay was not the only convict to get the bail ... the others who were convicted with him were also given bail - does that answers ur claim that a common man wouldn't get bail in this case?

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Dunk
RE:My suggession
by Dunk on Dec 02, 2007 07:05 PM
I like the suggession.

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gakkad
Monkeys run our judicial system
by gakkad on Dec 01, 2007 03:58 AM  | Hide replies

A decade as passed since mumbai blast. Poor innocent languish in judicial custody without trial for years. Rich guys when they want to go out for some bang..bang. They can get out.
Bhopal gas tragedy still in court since 25 years.
Corrupt Judges. How we be a democratic country with monkey's running our judicial system.
Order !!! Order !!! throw a banana to judge their favourite food.

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Sameer Bhagwat
RE:Monkeys run our judicial system
by Sameer Bhagwat on Dec 01, 2007 10:06 AM
I agree,It's Unbelievable there are 100s of cases even bail cases pending in the Supereme Court and suddenly this cas is very important that they had to intervene and grant bail.

Really Shame on the Supreme Cout.. it just shows that everyone is corrupt. I thought atleast the judiciary at the highest level would have some honor. Looks like we were wrong.. there are morons everywhere in the society.

Everyone knows that he had links with everyone in the underworld, kept a AK-47 in his house and that was delievered to him by gangsters. Even a guy with a pea brain will know what an AK-47 can do. And the supreme court grants his bail??

Shame !!

Nothing against Sanjay, I believe everyone deserves a second chance but then grant the same benefits to the poor souls who are languishing in jail..

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pankaj kumar
shameless sanju
by pankaj kumar on Dec 01, 2007 12:13 AM

sanju has ruined his father reputation that he had in the past by comitting such crime.

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pankaj kumar
its publicity what matters
by pankaj kumar on Dec 01, 2007 12:11 AM

sanju is a star of bollywood.but he has to bear for what he had done in the past.he deserves the punishment. as we all know that he is a celebrity and media is making money by keeping him in the headlines.

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paruthi V
UNSKILLED LABOR ???
by paruthi V on Nov 30, 2007 07:04 PM  | Hide replies

The Government must allow sanjay to act, and take 50% of the acting money. That way government too can earn. even wehn he is on bail.

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Super User
RE:UNSKILLED LABOR ???
by Super User on Nov 30, 2007 08:13 PM
Any such law will stand no chance of being implemented.

Firstly, it is very easy to circumvent such a law. All Sanjay Dutt has to do is make an agreement with the filmmaker that he will be paid a paltry amount for doing the film - e.g. Rs.1000 and the government gets 50% - Rs. 500.

Anyway, any lawyer would tell you such a law cannot be passed where the government gets a right of claim on your earnings apart from direct taxes.

Also, every prisoner would like to have the freedom to work outside of the prison and paying 50% of their earnings to the government is a very small fee for such a freedom.

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Chetan Ojha
RE:UNSKILLED LABOR ???
by Chetan Ojha on Nov 30, 2007 07:32 PM
Is it a new proposal to allow criminals to pay bribe. Thanks god you didn't ask Abu Salem to be allowed to work and take 50% of his earning...

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White Elephant
he should learn the value of money
by White Elephant on Nov 30, 2007 04:49 PM

he should learn the value of labour and money earned through hard work.

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coolman
no
by coolman on Nov 30, 2007 12:32 PM  | Hide replies

Any TDS has been deducted.

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naresh jasotani
RE:no
by naresh jasotani on Dec 01, 2007 11:52 PM
Was any appraisal conducted???
Any idea abt the rating after appraisal....

Next time in Jail... he may get Rs 50.

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venki venki
RE:no
by venki venki on Dec 03, 2007 09:57 AM
guys really fundooo....
gud relaxation to read coments like this.....

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abhishek saxena
RE:no
by abhishek saxena on Nov 30, 2007 04:38 PM
No, He has shown the investments. :)

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White Elephant
RE:no
by White Elephant on Nov 30, 2007 04:48 PM
Rs. 38 is exempt from TDS under section 235-C-i (b) of Income Tax act, 1962 read with section 134 (i) of TDS rules.

i hope this clears the matter.

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daina
RE:no
by daina on Nov 30, 2007 05:52 PM
He must have got rebate US...

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david manohar
RE:no
by david manohar on Nov 30, 2007 03:55 PM
Ha ha ha.... Good one ;)

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Vinay Joshi
RE:no
by Vinay Joshi on Nov 30, 2007 01:58 PM
Hehehe you really are a cool man!

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coolman
RE:Stupid Message
by coolman on Nov 30, 2007 12:29 PM
you have forgotten to adda couple of zeros next to fht figure 38. That what he earns when he is a free man.



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