Aryan Khan Arrest Case: BREAKING! Aryan Khan, remanded to NCB custody till October 7

 
Aryan Khan, remanded to NCB custody till October 7
Superstar Shah Rukh Khan's son Aryan Khan was arrested by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) office on October 3 after a cruise ship was drugged. On October 2, the NCB raided the ongoing rave event of the Cordelia Cruises' Empress in Mumbai following the arrest of eight people, including Aryans. After several hours of interrogation, he was arrested under section 20 (b), 27, 28 & 29 of the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act. Along with Aryan Khan, Arbaz Merchant and Munmun Dhamecha were also arrested. Later that day, on October 3, Nupur Satija, Ishmeet Singh Chadha, Mohak Jaiswal, Gomit Chopra, and Vikrant Chhokar were also arrested. Now, the order has been issued later in the day on October 4 and Aryan Khan, Arbaz Merchant and Munmun Dhamecha have been remanded in custody on NCB until October 7.

ASG Anil Singh appeared at the NCB in Mumbai Court. He said Aryan Khan, Arbaz Seth Merchant and Munmun Dhamecha were booked under sections 8C, 20, 27, and 35 of the NDPS Act. Five other detainees are still being investigated. The NCB is seeking nine days of detention. According to ANI, the NCB said they found 'suspicious objects' on his phone.

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"Unless we investigate the consumer how do we know who the supplier is, who the sponsor is?" the organization told the court, according to NDTV. The NCB suspects an international organization is involved in the case. Meanwhile, Aryan Khan's lawyer Satish Maneshinde suggested that Khan had been specially invited to the ship and could not be arrested for drug possession. "They said they had a telephone conversation leading them to drug trafficking around the world. In all my tenure I had no interest in drug use," attorney general Satish Manshinde, from Aryan Khan, told NDTV.

"They found something from his friend Arbaaz. They found 6 gm which is a small amount. Some of the fainting was not from one of them and he had no contact with anyone," said Satish Maneshinde. According to ANI, the lawyer said, "If something has been seized from someone else (who has been charged with it), that doesn't give a reason to arrest my client."

Aryan Khan, who is applying for bail in court, said, "One of the reasons I was asked to be detained was for theft of a number of other suspects. recovery is not necessary ... in most cases educated judges granted bail and did not receive all the seizures. "

ASG contends that NCB has confiscated 13 grams of cocaine, 5 grams of MD (mephedrone), 21 grams of charas (minimum amount), and 22 tablets of MDMA (ecstasy) (median value), and Rs 1,33,000 at International Cruise Terminal, Mumbai.