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Aryan Khan Case Update: NCB produced him along with the other arrested before Magistrate Courtv

NCB officials took Aryan Khan, Arbaaz Khan Merchant, Munmun Dhamecha and others to Mumbai’s Magistrate Court for a bail hearing. On Thursday afternoon a few minutes before the NCB officials took Aryan Khan and others to court. The NCB stated in the court that the Starkid was supplied drugs by one of the other men arrested in the cruise ship drug bust as it argued against Aryan being given bail. Aryan was denied bail on Monday after his sensational arrest and was sent to the custody of the anti-drugs agency.

While extending the custody of Aryan Khan and seven others the judge said, “Investigation is of prime importance and it needs to be carried out. It benefits both accused and investigator.”
Aryan Khan Khan & the seven others were arrested by the NCB after the anti-drug agency raided a cruise and seized drugs.

The anti-drug agency recovered 13 grams of cocaine, 21 grams of charas, 22 pills of MDMA and 5 grams of MD in the raid. According to the reports the drugs were found hidden in clothes, underwear and purses.

Meanwhile, Hrithik Roshan shared a photo of Aaryan Khan and penned a long note advising him to keep his calm.


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However, taking a dig at his post, Kangana Ranaut posted a story on Instagram Stories, saying that Aryan’s ‘mistakes’ should help him evolve. “Now all Mafia Pappu coming to Aaryan Khan’s defence…. We make mistakes but we mustn’t glorify them … I trust this will give him perspective and also make him realise consequences of his actions…. Hopefully it can evolve him and make him better and bigger. It’s good not to gossip about someone when they vulnerable but it’s criminal to make them feel that they did no wrong,” she wrote.

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