Shah Rukh Khan’s Son Aryan Khan Arrested On Drug Charges After Raid On Mumbai Cruise Ship

Aryan Khan Arrest

Aryan Khan Arrest

Mumbai court will keep the 23-year-old boy in the custody of the narcotics bureau until 7 October. Aryan Khan, son of Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan, was detained by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) of India on Sunday for alleged possession of banned drugs and substance abuse. on a cruise ship.

On Monday afternoon, a Mumbai court held him in NCB custody until 7 October.

According to the Hindustan Times, 23-year-old Aryan and two others were detained on Sunday after drug practitioners raided a cruise ship off Mumbai’s coast and raided a drug-infested party. “Aryan and the others were on the cruise ship where the agency raided a crazy party,” said Sameer Wankhede, NCB regional manager. Officers seized 13 grams of cocaine, five grams of MD, 21 grams of chara and 22 pills of MDMA and INR 133,000 during the raid.

It is believed that a Delhi-based event company hosted the party and others on cruise ships. The cruise ship was scheduled to depart for Goa on Saturday night and return to Mumbai on Monday.

The 23-year-old and others were taken for medical examination at a Mumbai hospital, after which Aryan was brought back to the NCB’s office for questioning. Authorities said they had been briefed about the mad party and boarded the ship as passengers. The court had kept Aryan in the custody of the NCB until Monday. He will appear in court again on Monday after a medical examination.

The NCB chief stated that they will be looking into a larger “Bollywood connection” regarding the case. “There is a Bollywood connection and we are investigating the case from all angles. We are investigating the main supplier and the entire cartel behind this drug case,” the official told Indian news agency PTI.

He was presented to a Mumbai court Monday afternoon after registering under sections 8(c), 20(b), 27 and 35 of the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act 1985.

NCB claims it has evidence in the form of WhatsApp chats and calls to prove that the three young men were involved in the purchase and possession of the drugs in question.