Court suspends Rajpal Yadav's sentence

Rajpal YadavIn the new ruling, the bench relived Yadav of his sentence allowing him to complete his film projects inside India. (Photo: Varinder Chawla)

It was earlier reported that the Delhi High Court had sentenced Rajpal Yadav to 10-day jail term for misleading the court in a suit against him and his wife by a businessman.

Now we hear that a bench of Justice B.D. Ahmed and Vibhu Bakhru suspended Yadav's sentence on his appeal against the single judge's order.

In the new ruling, the bench relived Yadav of his sentence allowing him to complete his film projects inside India, with a clause that he will not travel outside the country.

Further, the court has recommended that Yadav submit a cheque of Rs.20 lakh to Murli Projects. On the other hand, the bench also issued notice to Delhi-based Murli Projects, which had filed a debt recovery suit against the actor, and asked it to file a response by Jan 22, 2014.

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