Aryan Khan becomes prisoner number N956 in Arthur Road Jail

Aryan Khan’s difficulties in the ship drug case are increasing day by day. Meanwhile, Aryan has been allotted prisoner number N956. He will stay in the barracks at Arthur Road Jail along with the accused in the cases due to security reasons. However, the barrack number has not been disclosed due to security reasons.

Let us inform that the bail of King Khan’s son Aryan Khan has now been deferred till October 20 in connection with the Mumbai cruise ship drugs case. On Thursday, NCB and defense lawyers presented a lot of arguments in the court on this matter. But Aryan could not get relief in the drugs case and Sessions Court Judge VV Patil reserved his decision.

On behalf of Aryan Khan’s family, the Arthur Road Jail authorities have received a money order dated 11 October for an amount of Rs 4,500. This money order has been given for the expenses of Aryan Khan’s canteen. As per the jail rules, only one money order of Rs.4,500 per month is allowed to any prisoner.

NCB strongly opposed Aryan Khan’s bail. NCB presented strong arguments from its side. Many serious allegations like drug chat, connection with international drug peddler and drug trafficking were leveled against Aryan Khan. NCB’s lawyer said that there is concrete evidence against the rest of the accused including Aryan Khan. It also said that if any of the accused gets bail, then the witnesses, evidence of the case can be tampered with. NCB has also talked about contacting MEA due to foreign links. In its argument, NCB has expressed the possibility of a bigger conspiracy and said that direct evidence is not necessary in the conspiracy.

Let us tell you that on October 3, the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) raided the luxury cruise ship Cordelia going from Mumbai to Goa. Where NCB arrested eight people including Aryan Khan, son of Bollywood superstar Shahrukh Khan. However, neither drugs nor cash were found from Aryan. Questions are being raised about the action of NCB in this case from day one. There are many such questions, which NCB is not able to answer.

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