A Special Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act (NDPS) court in Mumbai today said that it would hear on Wednesday the bail request of Aryan Khan, blamed in the Mumbai voyage sting operation case.
The court asked the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) to document its answer on Wednesday morning and contend in a similar matter in the second 50% of that very day.
“It is normal that if the bail application is dismissed by a court, we move to the higher court. We’ve recorded the bail application here (Special NDPS court in Mumbai). Hearing is probably going to occur today,” Maneshinde told media people before the consultation.
A Mumbai Magistrate court had on Thursday sent Aryan, child of Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan and seven others to legal authority for 14 days.
On Friday, the Esplanade court dismissed the bail request of Aryan Khan, Arbaz Seth Merchant and Munmun Dhamecha, for the situation identified with the capture of medications following an attack at a party on a voyage transport off the Mumbai coast.
In the interim, The Narcotics Control Bureau has recorded the assertion of Bollywood genius Shah Rukh Khan’s driver regarding the capture of medications from a voyage transport off the Mumbai coast, an NCB official said on Sunday. The driver arrived at the NCB’s office in south Mumbai on Saturday evening. The counter medications office investigators recorded his assertion following which he was permitted to leave, the authority said.
In one more related improvement, the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) captured a Nigerian public, denoting the 20th capture in the Mumbai journey sting operation case, the office said on Sunday.
In light of the starter cross-examination of the blamed, the Mumbai unit of the NCB dispatched follow-up tasks regarding that situation on the evening of Saturday (October 9).