Mumbai: Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt will on Thursday surrender before a Mumbai TADA Special Court by 4 pm in the 1993 blasts case.
Sanjay has been convicted for his role in the March 1993 Mumbai serial blasts.
On Wednesday, the actor had withdrawn his application seeking to surrender in Pune's Yerawada Jail as he apprehended threats to his life in Mumbai.
The reason behind the abrupt move is not yet known.
Apprehending death threats from some fundamentalist groups, which he did not identify, if he gave himself up in Mumbai, Sanjay on Tuesday moved an application before TADA Special Judge GA Sanap, seeking permission to surrender in Pune's high security Yerwada Jail.
Special Judge Sanap had directed the Central Bureau of Investigation to file its reply in the matter and had posted the matter for hearing on Wednesday.
"The applicant is facing threats to life from fundamentalist groups and those with vested interests," Sanjay's application stated.
He had further claimed that he wanted to avoid a chaseby the media like in the past. "The media vehicles chased the applicant's vehicles for 120 kms in the past."
Source - Zee news