Mumbai Cruise Case: NCB officer tells No drugs found from Aryan Khan
The investigating officer of NCB himself has confessed in the court that drugs have not been recovered from Shahrukh Khan's son Aryan Khan.
Mumbai: Narcotics Control Bureau has made a big disclosure in the Rave Party case in Mumbai. The investigating officer of NCB himself has confessed in the court that drugs have not been recovered from Shahrukh Khan's son Aryan Khan. Nor have they found any such evidence to prove that Aryan Khan had gone to a drug party on the cruise.
Despite this, the NCB officials demanded Aryan's custody of three, to which the court agreed. Now he will have to remain in the custody of NCB till October 7. Apart from this, the custody of five other people including Arbaaz Merchant, Munmun Dhamecha has also been extended till October 7.
Aryan Khan was invited as a guest:
Aryan Khan's lawyer Satish Manshinde told the court that Aryan Khan was invited on the cruise as a special guest because of Bollywood. He had no direct connection with the party organization. Aryan did not even have a ship ticket and boarding pass. He said that no such evidence has been found in the investigation of NCB, which proved that Aryan Khan was involved in the purchase and sale of drugs.
NCB investigating drug syndicate connections:
NCB alleges that Aryan Khan is part of a drug syndicate. According to sources, some chats received from his mobile are also pointing towards this. In such a situation, every wire related to the NCB cruise party is being searched. This is the reason why Aryan Khan's custody has been extended even after the drugs were not recovered from him at the cruise party.
Aryan Khan was allegedly at a rave party on a cruise ship off the coast of Mumbai when the NCB conducted a raid. As per the NCB, three persons have been booked under Section 8C, 20b, 27 (Punishment for consumption of any narcotic drug or psychotropic substance) and 35 (Presumption of culpable mental state) of the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act (NDPS Act).
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