NCB reply, Aryan Khan also involved in drug trafficking, tampering witnesses

NCB told the Bombay HC on Tuesday that Aryan Khan, being an "influential person in the society" can tamper with the enquiry or the evidence

The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) has filed an affidavit in response to the bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan's son Aryan Khan bail petition filed in the Bombay High court.

 

The NCB told the Bombay HC on Tuesday that Aryan Khan, being an "influential person in the society" can tamper with the enquiry or the evidence.

 

The agency has highlighted the fact that already few attempts are being made to distress the ongoing investigation in the Mumbai Cruise Drugs case.

 

The national agency alleged that Aryan Khan is an influential person in the society and can tamper with the probe/evidence and also added, "he can flee from justice & thus bail should be denied."

 

The Bombay HC adjourned his bail application hearing today to Wednesday afternoon at 2.30 pm.

 

The superintendent Chief of NCB, V V Singh, has filed a reply in response to Aryan's bail petition filed through his advocate Satish Maneshinde.

 

Singh has while highlighting the affidavit filed by a key witness, Prabhakar Sail in the drugs case, has said, "Attempts with malafide motives are being made to derail the investigation in the case."

 

The agency stated, "Sail and other witnesses have been influenced by Aryan's manager Pooja Dadlani and all this is being done to obstruct the quest of truth."

 

NCB added that they cannot dissect Aryan Khan's role in this drugs case, howeve, there is no or very small quantity recovery. Yet, the roles of Aryan Khan and other accused in the conspiracy is the basis of this investigation, thus bail petition needs to be rejected.

 

The reply has also underlined the fact on the alleged international transactions, to which Aryan is the alleged party.

 

The agency said that the probe in the drugs case is in progress and they need more time to investigate the foreign nationals, with whom Aryan Khan has a chat on WhatsApp.

 

The national agency further added that several international transactions of hard drugs, prima facie, shows that he isn't merely a consumer.

 

The Narcotics Control Bureau has further urged the justice bench not to grant bail to Aryan Khan and the other accused.

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