Mumbai: Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan has been granted bail in a luxury ship drunken party case. The Bombay High Court granted him bail for three consecutive days. Along with Aryan Khan, the court also granted bail to his former friends Dhamecha and Arbas Merchant.
Bombay High Court grants bail to Aryan Khan in drugs-on-cruise case pic.twitter.com/MerVWcfpYZ
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Aryan Khan and two other friends were released on bail after serving three weeks in jail. The detailed verdict of the court in the case will be released tomorrow. Former AG Mukul Rohgati, who is defending Aryan Khan, said the three would be released from jail tomorrow.
Aryankhan and his friends were arrested by the NCB on October 2 during a drunken party on the ship. Mukul Rohta Gi, a lawyer appearing for Aryan Khan, said that Aryan Khan was taken into custody without giving any reason and that it was a direct violation of the Constitution.
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The High Court is hearing the bail pleas of Aryan Khan, Arbas Merchant and former Dhamecha in a drug case. Justice Zambre said the case will be heard after 2.30pm on Thursday, October 28th. On Wednesday, Aryan Khan’s lawyer Mukul Rohtagi, Arbas Merchant’s lawyer Amit Desai and former Dhamecha ‘s lawyer Ali Kashif Khan appeared for the parties.
After more than two hours of deliberations, Justice Zambrey will hear the case of Additional Solicitor General Anil Singh, representing the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB), on Thursday. In addition, the judge said he would try to complete the argument as soon as possible.
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Meanwhile, two accused were released on bail by the sessions court yesterday. Manish Rajagariya and Avin Sahu, two of the 20 arrested in the case, have been granted bail. Manish Rajagariya, the 11th accused in the case, was arrested with 2.4 grams of cannabis. Manish’s lawyer Ajay Dubey said he was granted bail on a bond of Rs 50,000.
A special court in Mumbai on October 20 refused to grant bail to Aryan Khan and his friends, who were arrested in connection with a drug deal. Aryan Khan filed his bail application in the Bombay High Court after the NDPS court rejected his bail.