Aryan Khan Arrest Case: Bail Hearing Of Shah Rukh Khan’s Son Pushed For October 14; ASG Opposes The Bail Plea Of The Star Kid
The ASG, Anil Singh of NCB opposed the bail hearing of Aryan Khan today. After a long argument in the session court, the hearing of Shah Rukh Khan son’s bail plea will now be heard tomorrow as it is been pushed to a further date
Aryan Khan has been facing legal issues since he was arrested by the NCB officials. He along with a few others was arrested in a drug case on October 3. The bail of Shah Rukh Khan’s son was rejected by the court and he was sent to the Arthur Jail. Aryan Khan’s legal team is going to approach the session court today and apply for the bail plea of Shah Rukh Khan’s son. His lawyer Satish Maneshinde has arrived at the session court for the further process in the case. Shah Rukh Khan’s manager Pooja Dadlani has also arrived at the court and Gauri Khan has also left for the bail hearing.
After a long discussion at the court, it is now said that the court will continue the hearing of Aryan Khan’s bail tomorrow. The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) has filed its reply, and the court is yet to come to a decision. Now, Aryan Khan’s bail application is to be heard tomorrow after 11 am. The ASG, Anil Singh has opposed the bail plea of Aryan Khan today while the ongoing hearing.
The Court was going to hear the bail applications of Aryan Khan, Nupur Satija, Aachit Kumar, Arbaaz Merchant, Mohak Jaswal, Munmun Dhamecha, Shreyas Nair, and Avin Sahu today. Senior advocate Amit Desai who is leading Aryan Khan’s case today said in the court that the 13 gms of cocaine are not from Khan and neither are the ecstasy pills, mephedrone. He even said that he did not have cash on the cruise. Aryan did not have plans to consume or sell drugs. Amit Desai said that they have suffered enough, they have learned their lesson. They are not peddlers, racketeers neither traffickers.
NCB has submitted its answers on the bail application today. Aryan’s lawyers countered the answers in the session court. The senior advocate Amit Desai argued that only six grams of charas were found with Arbaaz Merchant for his own consumption and not for sale.