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Aryan Khan was questioned by the Mumbai Police’s Special Investigation Team in a secret place, details inside

Aryan Khan has been called by the Mumbai Police’s Special Investigation Team (SIT) for questioning in connection with the Mumbai drugs bust case. According to the reports, the SIT has questioned Aryan Khan regarding the alleged rave party that happed last month, at an undisclosed location. SIT chief Sanjay Singh reached Mumbai on Friday morning.

As per the reports the star kid was taken to the RAF office in Navi Mumbai for questioning. Aryan travelled to Navi Mumbai after leaving the Zonal office for his court-ordered appearance. Aryan is being questioned about the circumstances under which he boarded the cruise, his connections to drug dealers, and his peer group’s drug use. Aryan is expected to be questioned about the conditions under which the previous investigation team probed him, as well as how he was handled in jail, in order to determine whether he or his family were forced to pay a bribe.

This investigation will not include Sameer Wankhede, who is currently under investigation for extortion. The Mumbai Police set up the SIT to look into charges of extortion against personnel from the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) in connection with an alleged narcotics bust on board a cruise ship last month.

On October 3, Aryan Khan was detained in connection with the Mumbai cruise narcotics investigation. He was imprisoned for three weeks before being granted bail by the Bombay High Court on October 28.

His WhatsApp conversations were analysed while he was in detention, and he was questioned by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB). NCB zonal chief Wankhede made headlines for pushing the investigation. Wankhede, on the other hand, was ousted as the case’s primary investigator when he was accused of bribery, extortion, and suspicions about his ‘extravagant’ personal lifestyle.

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