SRK’s son Aryan Khan reaches NCB office for weekly appearance

After 22 days in custody, Aryan Khan was freed from Mumbai's Arthur Road Prison on October 30.

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Aryan Khan, the son of Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan, appeared before the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) today. Between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m., he was required to appear before the agency. The Bombay High Court imposed this requirement while giving bail to the 23-year-old who was arrested by the agency in the drugs-on-cruise case, along with numerous others. After 22 days in custody, Aryan Khan was freed from Mumbai’s Arthur Road Prison on October 30.

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Although no narcotics were found on him, the anti-drugs agency claimed in court that his WhatsApp conversations revealed his involvement in “illicit drug deals” and ties to a foreign drug cartel.

The Bombay High Court imposed 14 restrictions on Aryan Khan’s bail, including the need that he not leave Mumbai without first telling the police and that he appear in front of the agency every Friday. The requirements include, among other things, not engaging in similar actions, not communicating with other defendants, such as his acquaintance Arbaaz Merchant, and not speaking to the media.

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If any of these restrictions are broken, the NCB might ask for bail to be revoked.

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