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Mumbai Drug Bust Case Live Updates: Aryan Khan Regular Consumer Of Drugs, Evidence Shows: Agency To Court


On Friday, the Mumbai magistrate court had rejected Aryan Khan’s earlier bail plea. (File)

Mumbai:

Aryan Khan’s bail hearing, which began on Wednesday, continues today at a Mumbai sessions court. It is the third since his arrest almost two weeks ago in the Mumbai drugs-on-cruise case.

Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan – Accused No. 1 for the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) – allegedly “indulged in illicit drug trafficking”, and was in touch with “some persons abroad who appear to be a part of an International Drug Network” to procure a “bulk quantity of hard drugs”, the anti-narcotics agency said in a statement to the court on Wednesday.

The NCB today told the court that “evidence showed” Aryan Khan frequently took banned substances; Additional Solicitor General Anil Singh, representing the central agency, also referred to on-record statements to claim that Aryan Khan has been consuming drugs for the last few years.

Aryan Khan was “not even on the cruise” raided by NCB officers on October 2, so the allegation of drug trafficking against him is “absurd”, his lawyer Amit Desai told the Mumbai court on Wednesday in response to the NCB’s claims.

Aryan Khan, 23, was arrested along with his friend Arbaaz Merchant and six others after the October 2 mid-sea drugs raid on the goa-bound Cordelia cruise ship off the coast of Mumbai.  

He has been in a Mumbai jail since Friday.

Here are the Live Updates on the Mumbai Drug Bust Case involving Aryan Khan:

Court Update | There is a break for lunch. The matter will now be heard further at 2:45 pm.

Court Update | ASG Anil Singh (for NCB):  Earlier, while putting the order, the court had observed that all sections of the NDPS Act are non-bailable.

Further, it cannot be said that Aryan can only get one year imprisonment. If he is attached to the others accused, then the same punishment can be applied to him as well.

Court Update | ASG Anil Singh (for NCB): In this case, 15 to 20 people are involved and there is talk of conspiracy, as well as the matter of commercial quantity. That’s why Section 29 is imposed – we can impose charges in this section.

If drugs were not found on you, but in the same case, if drugs in commercial quantity were found with others, then action can be taken against you on that basis.

My submission is that bail cannot be granted in this case, as there are too many judgements to make.

The lawyers of the accused also talked about how there is no mention of mobile phones in the Panchnama. I demand they tell me where it is written.

We got a voluntary surrender of the mobile phone. Doesn’t that mean we can check it? No one can tell us how to test, we used to do all these tests in advance. You cannot put such technical things before the court.

This ground was not there in the application, so it is not mentioned in our reply.

Court Update | ASG Anil Singh (for NCB): Yesterday I heard the lawyer of the accused saying that “use” means “consumption”. This is incorrect.

The definition of “use” is that it can be used for anything other than personal consumption. That is, according to the definition, it is not being used for one’s own consumption.

Further, any statement provided to an NCB officer under the NDPS Act is admissible in court until proven wrong during the trial.

Court Update | ASG Anil Singh (for NCB) reading the part of the reply in which WhatsApp chats and international drug peddling have been mentioned:

Aryan Khan did not take drugs only once, the statement that has been received shows that he has been consuming it for the last few years.

Drugs have been found on Arbaaz Merchant. Aryan was with him. It is clearly written in the Panchnama that both were about to consume the drugs.

I have already given you the Panchnama and WhatsApp chats.

Court Update | ASG Anil Singh (for NCB): Sorry for coming late. I had informed the High Court that there is a case here also.

Yesterday I wrote many things in the reply in front of you. I am further reading the reply now.

Court Update | Aryan Khan’s bail hearing (day 2) begins.

Court Update | ASG Anil Singh has reached the Mumbai sessions court. Aryan Khan’s bail hearing to begin.

Court Update | Adv. Amit Desai raised the issue of the ASG not reaching the court on time, particularly in light of his delay in arriving to court yesterday as well – one which led to the court closing the session for the hearing prematurely and having it continue today.

Adv. Amit Desai (for Aryan Khan): I understand that an important matter is going on in the High Court but information should also be given here, they should think of us too.

Adv. Advait Sethna (for NCB): He has now left the High Court. Coming in a short time. We apologize.

Adv. Amit Desai (for Aryan Khan): If he is coming then it is good, but my appeal is that when he comes, then the hearing of this matter should start.

Adv. Satish Maneshinde (for Aryan Khan): I ask that, if necessary, the court should end this matter by staying back for the hearing for some time even if it is after 2 pm (2 pm to 2.45 pm is lunch time in the sessions court).

Court Update | Adv. Amit Desai (for Aryan Khan) has also reached the Mumbai sessions court. ASG Anil Singh (for NCB) still has to arrive before hearing can begin.

Aryan Khan bail hearing delayed
Court Update | The bail hearing was to begin at noon, but Additional Solicitor General (ASG) Anil Singh is currently in the High Court.

Mr Singh will come to the sessions court after debating two matters in the High Court. Therefore, there may once again be a delay in starting the hearing.

Court rejects intervention petition opposing Aryan Khan’s bail plea
The Mumbai sessions court has rejected the intervention petition opposing Aryan Khan’s bail plea filed by a 72-year-old social worker.

Social worker files an intervention petition opposing Aryan Khan’s bail plea prior to hearing

Prior to Aryan Khan’s bail hearing today, a 72-year-old social worker filed an intervention petition opposing Aryan Khan’s bail plea.

The petitioner said in his petition that Aryan is a star kid, therefore his bail petition is being given great importance and absolving him of the charges on him will be wrong on the society.

Aryan Khan’s legal team: The intervention petition filed is not maintainable. Petitioner is not the affected party in this case. This third party is an unknown person and thus cannot file an intervention petition. 

Aryan Khan’s legal team (contd.): If he is really a social worker, then has he filed such intervention petitions in any other case? This is just a publicity stunt. Therefore this petition should be dismissed.

Court Update | Shah Rukh Khan’s manager Pooja Dadlani has reached the Mumbai sessions court for the second day of Aryan Khan’s bail hearing, after his arrest in the drugs-on-cruise case.

Aryan Khan and five others shifted within Arthur Road Jail





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