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Aryan Khan Drug Case – SRK Driver Statement Also Recorded, Another Arrest In Case

The Narcotics Control Bureau (NBC) had detained Shah Rukh Khan’s son, Aryan Khan, from a narcotics party taking place in Cruise, near Mumbai. In this case, the statement of the driver of the vehicle of Bollywood actor Shahrukh Khan has been recorded. An NCB official released this information on Sunday.

The driver arrived at the NCB office in South Mumbai on Saturday night, the official said. Agency officials recorded his statement, after which he was allowed to leave. NCB personnel raided the Mumbai suburbs, including Goregaon, late Saturday night. They also arrested another person named Shivraj Ramdas from the Santacruz area Friday night in connection with the drug seizure.

So far, 19 people have been arrested in this case, including Aryan Khan, son of actor Shahrukh Khan. Aryan Khan and a few others were arrested by the NCB last Sunday after a raid on a cruise ship bound for Goa.

An NCB team led by Regional Director Sameer Wankhede had raided the ship and claimed to have recovered prohibited narcotics. On Thursday, the court rejected the NCB’s request for increased custody of Aryan Khan and seven other people and instead sent them to 14-day judicial custody.

On Saturday, the NCB conducted searches and interrogated the residence and office of filmmaker Imtiaz Khatri here in connection with the narcotics seizure from the cruise ship. The agency has asked him to appear before it again on Monday, the official said.

Khatri’s name came up during questioning of the defendant previously arrested in the drug seizure case, he said. He also said that NCB is cracking down on drug sellers and suppliers in the metropolis.

Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader and Maharashtra minister Nawab Malik alleged on Saturday that the OCN had initially detained 11 people after storming the cruise ship, but released three of them, including BJP leader Mohit. Bhartiya. The brother-in-law was also involved.

The Indian retaliated by saying that he would file a libel suit against Malik and demand 100 million rupees in damages.


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