Drugs Case: Aryan Khan Marks Weekly Presence At Probe Agency NCB Office

Aryan Khan arrived at the NCB office located in Ballard Estate area of south Mumbai around 1:30 pm and left within 10 minutes. This is Aryan Khan's third weekly appearance before the anti-drugs agency in connection with the case.

Drugs Case: Aryan Khan Marks Weekly Presence At Probe Agency NCB Office

Aryan Khan arrived at the NCB office in Ballard Estate in south Mumbai around 1:30 pm (File)

Mumbai:

Aryan Khan, son of Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan, on Friday appeared before the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) officials in Mumbai in connection with cruise drugs case to mark his weekly presence there as instructed by the high court, sources said.

Aryan Khan arrived at the NCB office located in Ballard Estate area of south Mumbai around 1:30 pm and left within 10 minutes, they told news agency Press Trust of India.

This is Aryan Khan's third weekly appearance before the anti-drugs agency in connection with the case.

Last week, after marking his presence at the NCB office, Aryan Khan had also appeared before the agency's SIT from Delhi, which is now probing the case, the sources told news agency PTI.

The 23-year-old son of the Bollywood superstar was arrested by the NCB on October 3 following a raid on the cruise ship off the Mumbai coast. The central agency had booked him under relevant sections of the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act for possession, consumption, sale/purchase of banned drugs and conspiracy and abetment.

He was granted bail by the Bombay High Court on October 28.

The high court had imposed 14 bail conditions on him and his co-accused in the case, Arbaaz Merchant and Munmun Dhamecha, who were also granted bail.

In the five-page order, the high court said the trio will have to surrender their passports before the NDPS court and shall not leave India without taking permission from the special court and will have to attend the NCB office each Friday between 11 am and 2 pm to mark their presence.
 

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