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No evidence of Aryan Khan being part of an international drug syndicate, NCB SIT probe tweaks Sameer Wankhede! – ncb sit did not find any evidence proving that aryan khan was part of international drug syndicate

Aryan Khan, son of Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan, was arrested in October 2021 in a drugs case. The Mumbai Cruise Drugs Case from Mumbai to Goa was raided by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) and Aryan Khan was arrested from there. Now, according to media reports, the Bureau of Narcotics Control’s Special Investigation Team (SIT) has found no evidence that Aryan Khan has links with the International Drug Trafficking Syndicate. The media report also mentioned that there were some irregularities in the NCB’s cruise raid.

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According to the Hindustan Times, the investigation revealed that there was no need to seize Aryan’s phone or check his chats as no drugs were recovered from him. Aryan Khan’s alleged chats also do not prove his affiliation with an international drug syndicate. Contrary to the allegations made by the Mumbai unit of the Narcotics Control Bureau, details have come out in the latest media report. The report further states that the NCB did not record the raid during the raid and according to the NCB manual, recording of the raid is required.

Drugs recovered from other accused are referred to as ‘single recovery’. According to media reports, the SIT has not yet completed its investigation into the case and it may take several months to submit a final report. Legal advice will be sought on whether Aryan will be charged with possession of drugs when no drugs were found.

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Following the SIT probe, further questions have been raised as to why Samir Wankhede, former director of the Mumbai zone of the Narcotics Control Bureau, carried out the raids. Last year, the Bombay High Court rejected the NCB’s claims. The agency alleged that the accused in the cruise drugs case, including Aryan Khan, had conspired and were to sell drugs in commercial quantities. Justice Nitin Sambre of the single bench said in the order that there was no evidence of conspiracy.

Aryan Khan spent about 28 days in jail. He was granted bail by the Bombay High Court after the sessions court twice denied his bail.


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