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Monday, October 4, 2021

Aryan Khan did not get bail, Shahrukh Khan's son will remain in NCB custody till 7 October

Shah Rukh Khan's sons Aryan Khan, Arbaaz Seth Merchant and Munmun Dhamecha, arrested in connection with the seizure of banned drugs from Cordelia Cruz, will be sent to NCB till October 7. ) has been sent into custody. Earlier during the argument, his lawyer on behalf of Aryan Khan said that nothing has been recovered from him. His friend had 6 grams of charas, with which Aryan has nothing to do.

Aryan's WhatsApp chats surfaced

On the other hand, NCB's lawyer Anil Singh showed the court the alleged WhatsApp chat of Aryan Khan, in which he is talking about buying charas and money transactions from unknown people. Anil Singh said that Aryan used to chat in the codeword and custody is necessary to decode it.

Cruise ship party case | Mumbai's Esplanade Court sends Aryan Khan, Arbaz Seth Merchant and Munmun Dhamecha to NCB custody till 7th October pic.twitter.com/mU8wP06Jt4— ANI (@ANI) October 4, 2021

What did Aryan's lawyer Satish Manshinde say?

Earlier, Aryan's lawyer Satish Manshinde said, "The truth is that Aryan was not detained on the cruise. He was invited there as a special guest and went there with a friend. There was even one to go on the cruise. Money was not given nor does he know any organiser. The Panchnama that has been prepared does not show any recovery other than mobile. The friend (Arbaaz Merchant) was arrested because he had 6 grams of charas "

International drug trafficking....

Manshinde further said, "The seizures shown are from other accused and are being linked to Aryan. During interrogation my WhatsApp chats were downloaded. Now it is being claimed that I am from international drug trafficking. I'm connected."