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Mumbai: It’s “inherently absurd and false” NCB Aryan to dump crime of ‘illegal drug trafficking’ KHAN (23), son of the actor Shah Rukh Khan, as one of the reasons for denying him bail, said his lead counsel Amit Desai On Wednesday, adding the agency, which is aware of its larger role, “negligently beware of a serious legal term of ‘illicit trafficking’ to oppose a bail plea.”
Desai said that Section 27A is the only offense under the NDPS Act for illegal smuggling and it should be noted that the NCB never invoked it against Khan, as it has no case. He stated that he was arrested only for the alleged consumption of small quantities, no recovery of drugs or money was made from him and therefore there was no case of use, sale or purchase of any drug, and that he was not abetted or intimidated. was not allowed to. ‘Not even arrested for conspiracy,’ he said. There is no proof of consumption, because he was his friend Arbaaz Merchant Which is recorded in the NCB Panchnama of October 2 for consuming charas.
But opposing Khan’s bail pleas, Arbaaz (26) and munmun dhamecha (28), which was heard on Tuesday, the NCB said, “There is sufficient material in the form of WhatsApp chats, pictures etc. to show Khan to be an active part of the illegal drug chain along with other co-accused, hence provocative and conspiracy.” And so let’s do the same. Strictness of non-grant of bail under NDPS Act The Additional Solicitor General said, “NCB has material to show that Khan was in contact with certain persons abroad, who were involved in drugs.” Appears to be part of an international drug network, and investigations are on to find the person.” Anil Singh With the agency’s Special Public Prosecutor Advait Sethna.
Desai, who appeared along with Satish Maneshinde in the physical hearing before special NDPS judge VV Patil in the sessions court, said Khan should be granted bail as the maximum punishment is one year’s imprisonment. He explained how the NDPS Act was amended to reduce punishment for consumption and “they are not peddlers, racketeer or drug smugglers.” “Let’s not make it worse for the youth. He has suffered a lot. They have been in custody since October 3. He has learned his lesson. Let’s not put them behind bars and deny them bail,” Desai said.
The crux of the NCB case is that all the accused are “inextricably linked” to each other in a conspiracy and Khan used to buy charas from the trader. Desai said that the NCB has accused an international drug chain, but where is the question of any connection or conspiracy of Khan with the other accused? In fact, Section 29 for conspiracy against Khan was not properly invoked in the arrest memorandum, but now NCB’s reply is based on “conspiracy”, though specific information may be of a “rave party” on a cruise. But this does not entitle them to take otherwise unaffiliated people and from whom there is zero recovery of the banned substance or to detain them if not required,” he said.
Merchant’s counsel Tarak Syed argued that even though the NCB is correct in saying that 6 grams of charas was recovered from him, it is a small quantity, and the law provides immunity from prosecution for consumption. Munmun Dhamecha’s lawyer Ali Kashif Khan said she was invited on board to “add glamor as a model”. He also denied that 5 grams of hash was allegedly found in his cabin. Desai said, NCB uses “a very sinister word” like illegal smuggling and “just throws it at Aryan Khan”.
NCB’s ASG Anil Singh said the agency is “responsible for its role” and “the entire country is concerned with the issue of drug abuse by the youth.” He will continue his arguments on Thursday, after which a decision on the bail application will be taken.




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