Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan’s son, Aryan Khan, was arrested by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) on October 2 in connection with a drug party at Cruise. In this case, now Aryan’s request for bail in Fort court has been rejected. This means that Aryan Khan will have to remain in jail for now. Apart from Aryan, the bail requests of Arbaaz Merchant and Munmun Dhamecha, who were detained with him, have also been rejected.
After hearing the case on Thursday, the court sent the three to judicial custody for 14 days. Aryan’s lawyer had appealed to the court for bail, but the court refused to grant it. In this case, the statement by Panch Kiran Gosavi and Panch Prabhakar Cell has come to the fore, which was completed by investigating officer Ashish Ranjan Prasad on October 2 at 8:10 p.m. at the Green Gate departure terminal.
He said that two passengers arrived at the boarding gate, who were visible according to the information received. When asked, he named their names as Arbaaz Merchant and Aryan Shahrukh Khan. Ashish Ranjan Prasad introduced himself to him and said he wanted to register it, so he agreed. Before conducting the search, Ashish Ranjan Prasad gave him a notice under section 50 of the NDPS Act and explained its provisions. Prasad also told him that if he wanted to, he could be searched before any officer or magistrate, but he politely declined. You also wrote this in the notice that was sent to you under section 50.
Investigating Officer Ashish Ranjan Prasad asked him if he had any narcotics, he agreed and Arbaaz Merchant told him that he had charas hidden in his shoes. Arbaaz voluntarily removed the charas hidden in the zip-lock bag and handed them to investigating officer Ashish Ranjan Prasad. There was a black sticky substance in the resealable bag. In research with the DD kit, it was confirmed to be charas. Arbaaz Merchant said he takes charas with Aryan Shahrukh Khan and was going to a party on Cordilia Cruise. When asked, Aryan Shahrukh Khan also said that he also takes charas and that the captured charas would be used during the cruise trip. The charas was weighed on a digital scale. Its quantity was 6 grams.