Sanjay Dutt

Actor Sanjay Dutt and Manyata told a court here that they are not legally married, giving a dramatic twist to the case relating to the couple’s marital status. Challenging the allegations of bigamy levelled by Manyata’s alleged husband, Meraj Rehman, the couple has claimed there was no material to show the validity of their marriage in the eyes of law.

In an application filed before the sessions court on Monday challenging the order of issuance of process against the two, Dutt and Manyata have stated that their reported marriage in Goa is a nullity.

Dutt and Manyata, in their application, have said that in order to prosecute them for bigamy, it is necessary to prove the validity of their marriage.

The application said that in the absence of any material to prove that they are married, no offence of bigamy can be charged against them.

The couple has claimed that in the absence of any proof of essential ceremonies of a valid marriage, no inference of marriage between them can be drawn.

Court grants respite

The Mumbai sessions court on Tuesday stayed the issuance of process against actor Sanjay Dutt and Manyata by the Bandra court till April 23. Additional sessions judge S N Sardesai admitted the revision application filed by Manyata and exempted the couple from appearing before the Bandra court on April 15.

The court also stayed the proceedings at the Bandra court will hear the revision application on April 23.

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