In the much popular cruise drugs case, Aryan Khan has been given a clean chit by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB). Aryan has not been named in the charge sheet in the case along with the four others accused in the case.
Earlier, Aryan Khan was named in a Mumbai Cruise DrugCase and was also arrested for the same in October, last year. After the much-expected drama and several court hearings, Aryan was granted bail by the Bombay High Court on October 30, post 26 days of his custody.
No evidence found
As per the charge sheet, NCB’s SIT didn't find any evidence against King Khan’s son that he was part of an international drug trafficking syndicate or not. While speaking about the matter, Sanjay Singh, DDG, NCB said, ”except Aryan and Mohan, all the accused were found intoxicated. No complaint is being registered against six people( out of twenty) due to a lack of evidence.
Sameer Wankhede yet again in Questions Once again, the newly presented charge sheet puts Sameer Wankhede, Director NCB, into a round of questions. Initially, Sameer was leading the investigation team and was removed upon the complaint of Nawab Malik, Cabinet Minister of the Maharashtra Government.