Aryan Khan and all different accused within the drugs-on-cruise case are linked and their roles can’t be separated, the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) says in its reply to a courtroom that can resolve on the bail request of Shah Rukh Khan’s son.
Aryan Khan – Accused No. 1 for the NCB – sourced medicine and was in contact with “some persons abroad who appear to be a part of an International Drug Network for illicit procurement of drugs”, the anti-drugs company has mentioned within the assertion that has but to be submitted in courtroom.
All these arrested “are inextricably connected with each other” and “it is not possible to dissect the role, involvement of one accused from that of the other”, NCB says.
“The ingredients of conspiracy are clear and evident,” says its reply to the courtroom, including that “one of the applicants cannot be considered in isolation”.
No medicine have been discovered on Aryan Khan when the anti-drugs company’s officers raided a Mumbai cruise ship social gathering in disguise on October 3. But the NCB says that doesn’t undermine their function.
“Even though from some accused persons there is no recovery or recovery of small quantity of contraband, the participation by acts and omissions of such persons who have acted in concert, conspiracy in the commission of offences forms the basis of this investigation,” mentioned the assertion.
The state of affairs was such that “the quantum of recovery from an individual accused becomes inconsequential”.
Aryan Khan, 23, was arrested alongside along with his buddy Arbaaz Merchant and 6 others after the ship medicine raid.
His attorneys, whereas looking for bail, have repeatedly burdened that no medicine have been discovered on him, however the company says it has proof that he used to supply them.
The NCB says, “Accused no 1 has a role in so far as illicit procurement and distribution of contraband is concerned… It is prima facie revealed that Aryan Khan used to procure contraband from Accused no 2 (Arbaaz). And sourced connected to Accused no 2 from whose conscious possession (shoes) 6 grams of charas was recovered. Aryan and Arbaaz have been associated in close collaboration.”
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