Aryan Khan Case: No Bail For The Star Kid Today, Hearing To Be Continued Tomorrow

Aryan Khan Case: No Bail For The Star Kid Today, Hearing To Be Continued Tomorrow


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The
bail
plea
for
superstar
Shah
Rukh
Khan’s
son
Aryan
Khan
was
held
today
(October
13).
The
latest
development
from
the
same
is
that
the
star
kid
has
not
been
granted
bail
from
today’s
hearing.
The
court
has
furthermore
adjourned
the
hearing
for
tomorrow
(October
14).
It
was
earlier
reported
that
the
Narcotics
Control
Bureau
(NCB)
has
revealed
that
the
star
kid
was
also
involved
in
the
alleged
conspiracy
involving
the
drug
case.
The
NCB
had
filed
its
reply
wherein
they
had
stated
that
all
the
accused
including
the
star
kid
are
involved
in
the
conspiracy.

Aryan-Khan

According
to
a
news
report
in
India
Today,
a
special
court
will
hear
the
matter
at
2:45
today
(October
13).
The
news
report
further
stated
that
some
sources
suggest
that
the
NCB
is
likely
to
oppose
the
bail
application
of
Aryan
Khan.
Talking
about
the
agency’s
statement,
they
have
revealed
that
Aryan
allegedly
procured
contraband.

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Case:
Special
Court
Seeks
NCB’s
Reply
To
Aryan
Khan’s
Bail
Application;
To
Hear
Plea
On
Oct
13

Earlier,
Special
Judge
V
V
Patil,
hearing
matters
related
to
the
Narcotics
Drugs
and
Psychotropic
Substances
(NDPS)
Act,
said
that
it
would
hear
the
bail
plea
on
Wednesday
(October
13).
On
Monday,
when
Aryan
Khan’s
counsel
Amit
Desai
mentioned
the
bail
plea,
NCB’s
advocates
A
M
Chimalkar
and
Advait
Sethna
had
sought
a
week’s
time
to
respond
and
file
their
affidavit.
They
said
that
the
investigation
in
the
case
was
still
on
and
there
was
quite
a
lot
of
material
collected
by
the
agency
and
at
this
stage,
it
needs
to
be
seen
if
releasing
Aryan
Khan
on
bail
would
hamper
the
probe
into
the
case.

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Urges
Her
Fans
To
Pray
For
Aryan
Khan’s
Bail,
Watch
Video

Desai
had,
however,
objected
to
it,
saying
a
person’s
liberty
is
at
question
here
and
argued
that
releasing
the
accused
on
bail
would
not
stop
the
investigation
in
the
case.
“The
bail
will
not
stop
the
investigation.
The
NCB
can
continue
their
probe.
That
is
their
duty.
But,
keeping
my
client
(Aryan
Khan)
in
custody,
especially
when
there
has
been
no
recovery
(of
drugs)
from
him,
is
not
required,” Desai
had
stated.

The
senior
counsel
had
further
argued
by
stating,
“He
(Aryan)
has
not
been
found
in
possession
of
any
narcotics
and
there
is
no
other
material
against
him.
Since
his
arrest,
he
has
been
in
the
custody
of
the
NCB
for
a
week
and
his
statement
was
recorded
twice.
Why
does
he
still
need
to
be
in
jail?”
after
which
Chimalkar
had
stated
that
the
agency
needs
a
few
days
to
file
its
reply.



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