Shah Rukh’s son Ariyan did not get bail, remanded till October 6

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Bail or remand? What is the fate of Aryan? This was the talk of the town all day in Mumbai today. There were many questions circulating among the people. In the end, the court did not grant bail to the star’s son. Aryan will remain in the custody of NCB till October 8. The other two accused in the drug case, Arbaaz Merchant and Moonmoon Dhamecha, will also be kept in custody till October 6.

Aryan, Arbaaz Merchant, Moonmoon Dhamecha and eight other accused were produced in Kila Court today. Aryan’s lawyer Satish Manshinde told the court that Aryan did not have any drugs.

Aryan has no connection with drugs. Satish Manshinde claimed that Shah Rukhputra was invited as a special guest to the party organized in a pleasure boat.

It is learned that the NCB searched Aryan’s mobile phone and recovered a special code word, drug picture and some chats. The NCB is claiming that drug dealers have links with the star’s son. And so the NCB had applied for extension of remand till October 11 for the rest of the accused including Aryan.

The NCB has demanded an extension of the remand to disclose the code word. It is learned that the NCB is collecting all the evidence to reach the roots of the drug racket. NCB official Sameer Bankhere told the court that it was necessary to take Aryan and the rest of the accused into custody in the interest of investigation.

The NCB was conducting a raid on a drug party organized in a luxury pleasure boat on Saturday night. They arrested many others including Aryan in this party. After about 15 hours of interrogation, the NCB arrested Aryan Khan, actor Arbaaz Merchant, Moonmoon Dhamecha and many more.

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