In connection with the alleged seizure of cocaine from a Goa-bound cruise ship off the coast of Mumbai, Aryan Khan has been sentenced to prison. Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate RM Nerlikar placed Aryan Khan and seven others in judicial detention for 14 days. Aryan and five other people are held in barrack number 1, a quarantine barrack. This barrack is located on the jail’s first floor.
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Aryan Khan and others have yet to be assigned a uniform.
The following are the specifics of Aryan Khan’s time in the Arthur Road jail:
For five days, Aryan Khan and five other accused will be kept in quarantine. If they get any symptoms related to Covid-19, they will be tested.
Aryan and others, on the other hand, have previously tested negative and have received both doses of the Covid-19 vaccination.
The star kid will be treated like any other detainee, with only jail food available to him. Until the court order arrives, no outside food will be allowed in the house.
Routine in prison:
Jail officials would force Aryan Khan, like other detainees, to get up at 6 a.m. Breakfast, sheera poha, is served by 7 a.m. Lunch is provided by 11 a.m. Chapati, sabzi, dal, and rice are served during lunch and dinner. Prisoners are free to roam after lunch, but Aryan and others will not be allowed outside until the five-day quarantine period is completed.
Superstar Shah Rukh Khan’s son and others would have to pay extra if they want more food from the canteen. Money can be sent via money order. Evening meals are served by 6 p.m., but many of the inmates eat by 8 p.m. and keep the plate to themselves.
The 23-year-old was apprehended after an NCB operation on a cruise ship on October 2 yielded drugs for the agency. After the raid on Saturday, he was imprisoned and then arrested the next day.
After investigators confiscated 13 gm of cocaine, 21 gm of charas (hasish), 22 pills of MDMA (ecstasy), 5 mg MD, and $1.33 lakh in cash from the cruise ship, they were all arrested under sections 8C, 20B, 27 read with 35 of the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act, 1985.