Aryan Khan On Weekly Attendance At NCB Mumbai Office; Bombay HC Grants Relief

Bombay High Court has granted relief to Aryan Khan which means he no longer needs to appear before the NCB office in Mumbai every Friday. This condition was imposed on Shah Rukh Khan’s son by the HC when he was granted bail in the cruise drugs case. A single bench of Justice N W Sambre stated that the condition has been modified.

Aryan Khan who was arrested for possession and consumption of illegal drugs on the 3rd of October, got a major relief from the Bombay High Court after he had filed a plea seeking the bail condition to be amended on Wednesday. The star kid will no longer have to appear at the Mumbai office of NCB every Friday.

A single-judge bench of Justice Nitin W Sambre said that Aryan Khan will have to appear before the Special Investigation Team of the NCB in Delhi as and when summoned, provided a 72-hour notice is given by the Central agency. The court said that the applicant will have to inform the investigating officer and provide an itinerary before going out of Mumbai.

While seeking the waiver of this condition, Aryan khan’s counsel Amit Desai had argued, “The NCB’s Mumbai office has now nothing to do with the case. My client (Aryan) has been cooperating with the probe and has, in fact, also appeared before the SIT probing the case and recorded his statement.” He said also stated that Aryan would appear before the NCB’s SIT at Delhi as and when summons are issued to him.