Aryan Khan Files a Bail Application


Posted on 07 October 2021


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According to a Mumbai court, Aryan Khan, the son of megastar Shah Rukh Khan, who was detained in a case involving a rave party on a cruise ship, would no longer be in the custody of the drugs control agency and will instead be housed in jail. The seven other defendants, including his pal Arbaaz Merchant, were given similar orders. "I am of the view that no custodial interrogation is required as sufficient time was given," the judge added. Aryan Khan's lawyer filed a bail petition within minutes, and it will be heard tomorrow. However, because the transfer hours for the jail have passed and the obligatory Covid test has not been completed, the 23-year-old and the other accused will spend the night at the offices of the drugs control agency. Gauri Khan and Shah Rukh Khan were not in court. They will, however, be able to meet him now that the court has authorised family visits to the agency's headquarters. After a raid on a cruise ship sailing from Mumbai to Goa on Saturday, Aryan Khan was apprehended. So far, 16 people have been arrested, including those who assisted in the event's planning. Despite the fact that no drugs were found on him, the Narcotics Control Bureau said in its request for an extension of his custody, which ends today, that his WhatsApp discussions implied international drug cartel involvement and required further investigation. The agency claimed in court that Aryan Khan must also confront a couple of persons who have been arrested, referring to Archit Kumar, who was arrested on the basis of Aryan Khan's confession yesterday.


Key Points


  • According to a Mumbai court, Aryan Khan, the son of megastar Shah Rukh Khan, who was detained in a case involving a rave party on a cruise ship, would no longer be in the custody of the drugs control agency and will instead be housed in jail. 

  • So far, 16 people have been arrested, including those who assisted in the event's planning.


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