Aryan Khan Receives A Major Exemption From The Court In Friday’s Appearances.
Aryan Khan, the son of superstar Shah Rukh Khan and a defendant in the case of drugs on a cruise ship, will no longer have to attend the Mumbai office of the Narcotics Control Bureau every Friday.
The relief was announced today by the Bombay High Court, which lifted the bail conditions. However, the court stated that he had to appear in Delhi when the Special Investigation Team summoned him.
The 23-year old had made an application in the High Court, seeking that the bail conditions part of 14 changed.
In his appeal to the court, he claimed that on Fridays when he visits and Saturday, he is constantly questioned by journalists and is required to be with by police officers.
The Special Investigation Team is now handling the investigation into the case in Delhi and Mumbai. However, he had claimed his visits to the Mumbai office might be more uninhibited.
The anti-drugs organization detained Aryan Khan on October 3 after searching a cruise vessel near the Mumbai coast. The agency accused the man of possession of, consumption, sale, and purchase of prohibited substances.
The agency also accused him of conspiracy and abetment.
However, on October 28, three weeks following the arrest, the Bombay High Court released the man on bail.
It discovered numerous flaws in the agency’s case against him.
The court found no evidence of a conspiracy between him and his acquaintance Arbaaz Merchant and model Munmun Dhamecha to engage in related drug-related crimes.