good news for indians - sanjay dutt out of jail

Sanjay Dutt - Munna bhai
@apsara60 (6612)
Israel
August 20, 2007 5:41am CST
I am sure all Indians will be happy to see thier favourite Munna bhai back home. Don't you think that method of punishment should be changed. Just by keeping someone in the jail does not help anybody. I think instead of keeping Sanjay in the jail, it will be better to ask him to choose about 5 homeless children and look after them till the age of 18 ....this way he will get his punishment, we will get our actor, and children will get help to survive.....what do you think about my new idea of punishment........
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@mimpi1911 (25479)
• India
21 Aug 07
Dear apsara, I just hope our judiciary system gets a massive revision as you have rightly suggested. It can’t get better than that – caring for the homeless or geriatric care or anything really beneficial to the society is a great idea, I must admit. This would not only provide help to the ones who need it but also would change the criminal mind of the person concerned. He would be elevated to a different platform altogether. In most cases, it would strip him/ her of the associated crime or the criminal tag and the transformation is all about doing justice to the man and the society as well. However, having said this, it’s really difficult to implement this in our country. It’s still like a utopia and we cannot even imagine something close to that. We all would love to see that happening though. Better late than never, let’s keep our fingers crossed. Now, coming to Sanjay Dutt, we are glad that he has been granted temporary bail, yet a long way to go for him. Personally, I feel, law should be same for one and all. We all know he is not what he is convicted of but then it’s a criminal offence to keep weapons like that. Don’t you think, some really deadly criminal minds would be freed if just the same charge is looked onto? That would be bad for the society largely. Here, I must let you know that I am ardent follower of Munnabhai and this has nothing to do with him as a person. He is a man and only just a man when I am airing my view. Hope you will get my point. Have a nice day.
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@apsara60 (6612)
• Israel
21 Aug 07
I agree with all your points, but in case of sanjay, I will say that, if a person made a mistake without even knowing that he was making a mistake , then he should be given atleast one chance.We all are humans and it has happens with all of us sometimes or other, that we come to know about our mistake only after it is too late........I hope court will forgive this innocent child........lol
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@dpk262006 (56599)
• Delhi, India
21 Aug 07
Apsara! Sanjay initially concealed the facts and denined altogether that he had weapons, he destroyed the weapons with the help of his friends, he accepted having committed the crime only when police nailed him and his friend. later on. He knew very well at that time, that an ordinary person, cannot keep an AK-56 rifle with him. So he was not completely innocent.
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@mimpi1911 (25479)
• India
21 Aug 07
i find you to be an ardent fan of sanjay, and so am i. so, let's keep our fingers crossed and pray for him. smiles....
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@dpk262006 (56599)
• Delhi, India
21 Aug 07
Not a bad idea either. I agree with you, however, your idea cannot be substituted completely for the existing method of punishment, it can go side by side. Actually, keeping someone in Jail works as a detterant for him and for others, specially if the crime has not been committed by a habitual offender. Yes, we are glad to see that Sanjay is back, but it is temporary, till the copy of judegement is made available to him, after that he may again go to jail, before getting final bail.
@apsara60 (6612)
• Israel
21 Aug 07
Yes I am sure Sanjay committed this crime ignorantly, he had no bad intention and he did not even realise that he was going to pay for it in future. It is like first mistake that a child does and therefore should be forgiven.....Thanks for your reply and have a nice day.
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@dpk262006 (56599)
• Delhi, India
21 Aug 07
Apsara! Sanjay initially concealed the facts and denined altogether that he had weapons, he destroyed the weapons with the help of his friends, he accepted having committed the crime only when police nailed him and his friend. later on. He knew very well at that time, that an ordinary person, cannot keep an AK-56 rifle with him. So he was not completely innocent. Nonetheless, I am his great fan!
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@apsara60 (6612)
• Israel
22 Aug 07
hello dpk.......Nice to see you. It is like when you say a lie then to hide that lie you say another ten lies.......same must have happened with Sanjay.....sometimes we get confused and just don't know what to do and get ourself into a mess.Anyway, I can only pray for him, the rest will happen as per his luck. Yes whole India is his fan........but time is bad for him right now. Hope this bad pace of time passes away soon. And you have a nice day.
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@touchnshine (2821)
• India
20 Aug 07
Dear apsara60 I am a bit surprised .. You are in Israel and you know a lot about India .. Are you Indian living in Israel ?? I didn't knew that Sanjay Dutt is out of jail and you know the news much earlier than me .. I can say you read a lot of newspaper and watch news channels .. Ok now coming to your idea of punishment -- I definitely agree with your idea of punishment .. infact I totally agree with your idea of punishment .. it's a superb idea .. but I will also add that -- if the crime is big then there should be no way to come out of jail .. but if the crime is not so big then the punishment you have suggested is purely great . It will help others too specially it will make the life of homeless childrens.
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@apsara60 (6612)
• Israel
20 Aug 07
dear tweety.......lol, yes if crime is like murder or terrorism then no way out, but sanjay did not do anything like that. You see Gandhiji saved him, after all he started Gandhigiri once again after so many years.......about rest of your question , have added you to my friends list.........
• India
20 Aug 07
Hi Dear Thanks for your personalised message. Nice to know more about you :)
@samson1967 (7422)
• India
22 Aug 07
Mr. Dutt is out of jail because of bail. He or me, or you whoever it is, must face the consequences for the acts. Violation of TADA act is national crime. Good patriots will not indulge in such disgraceful acts. Just because he his a good actor, he cannot escape from the clutches of law.
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@apsara60 (6612)
• Israel
22 Aug 07
I will still say that if he is really sorry for a mistake that he committed ignorantly, then he should be given one chance. besides let me tell you, there are millions of poor people in India who have so many worries and problems, and a good actor brings few moments of happiness in life of these depressed people. So someone who can bring smile on lips of people by using his talent, should not be considered as Mr. Nobody.....acting is not easy.......and to make people laugh today ,is even more hard. Hope you will agree .........I believe that if we think good for others.......God thinks good for us........rest as per your wish.
21 Aug 07
yes its really a big news for us
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@apsara60 (6612)
• Israel
21 Aug 07
Yeah and I hope this news remains forever and ever.Thanks for reply.
@chiranjit (195)
• India
21 Aug 07
Dear apsara60, you have got a simply splendid idea. In fact, I think that should applied for every crime and every criminal. And the number of children should depends on how worse that crime is. Our outdated punishment system should be changed that way. I think, we can submit a mass petition to our judicial department, what you think about that ?
@apsara60 (6612)
• Israel
21 Aug 07
Thanks Chiranjit....I am happy that you liked my idea. How can we submit a mass petition to our judicial department. If you know how to do it, then let me know....I will be with you in this. They may not listen to us, but we can try....
21 Aug 07
yeah its very good to know that he is back. i had a very big sigh of releif after i heard the news. i was waiting anxiously for it. but some ppl say that laws are same for every one so why should he be out. But i like him & i want him to be free of any charges as soon as possible. Hope u all wish the same too!!!
@apsara60 (6612)
• Israel
21 Aug 07
yes excatly, my thinking is just like your.....no matter what happens,,,,,,,,,I just want him out. Thanks for your reply and welcome to mylot.
@beekay (422)
• India
21 Aug 07
Yes. It's good to see He will be back home today. It's a brillient idea. I appriciate your thinking. But i think this should be only given to those whose characters and beheaviour are well enough.
@apsara60 (6612)
• Israel
21 Aug 07
Yes I agree that character of a person should be considered first. Thanks for your reply.