Mumbai Drugs Case: Shah Rukh Khan's son Aryan Khan's bail plea rejected
The NCB argued that Aryan has been taking drugs since the age of 20. He has consumed various types of drugs not only in the country but also abroad.
Mumbai: Court rejects bail plea in Aryan Khan drug case. On October 2, Aryan Khan was arrested by the NCB in a drug case. Earlier this case was heard on October 14, then Judge VV Patil of Mumbai Sessions Court, after hearing all the sides, reserved the decision on Aryan's bail till October 20. After which Aryan had to spend 6 more days in jail. After hearing all the arguments, Judge VV Patil reached the courtroom at around 2:45 pm and pronounced the operative order in just two words.
No relief for Aryan Khan:
He said- Bail rejected. Along with this, the bail applications of Aryan Khan, Arbaaz Merchant and Munmun Dhamecha have been rejected. Aryan Khan's lawyers say that once the copy of the court's decision comes, then after that he will move the High Court. Let us know what such arguments NCB put in the court that Aryan Khan had to go to jail again.
The NCB argued that Aryan has been taking drugs since the age of 20. He has consumed various types of drugs not only in the country but also abroad. Aryan is addicted to drugs since 4 years.
Aryan's Connection with International Drug Peddlers
NCB presented evidence against Aryan Khan in court that Aryan Khan is involved in International Drug Racket. There is evidence against Aryan which links his links to international drug smuggling.
Aryan's drugs chat surfaced:
NCB has presented Aryan's WhatsApp chat in court. In this chat, Aryan has also talked about drugs with a debut actress. However, the NCB officials have not made any disclosure about who this debut actress is.According to NCB, 6 grams of charas has been found from Arbaaz's friend Arbaaz. Obviously both of them would have consumed it as soon as the cruise departed. In such a situation, it is wrong to say that drugs were not found from Aryan.
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