After getting drugs in a cruise ship going from Mumbai to Goa, new information is coming out. NCB officials arrested Shahrukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan and other accused after a lengthy interrogation. At the same time, the court also gave one-day custody of the accused to NCB.
In fact, before the raid, NCB had come to know that there was going to be a drug party on the cruise ship, after which their officers bought tickets for the boat and travelled there and caught the accused on the way.
How Aryan Khan Got Caught By NCB?
NCB sources have informed Spot News 18 that around 1300 to 1400 people were present at that place during the rave party, but according to their tip, NCB was looking for 8 to 10 people in a crowd of thousands, whose The tip was received from informers. Aryan Khan’s name was evident in that too. A separate special NCB officer was kept to keep an eye on Aryan and Arbaaz Merchant.
Sources have told that no room was booked on the cruise ship in the name of Aryan Khan, but the organizer had kept a separate complimentary room for Aryan Khan and Arbaaz Merchant. As soon as both of them started going to that particular complimentary room, suddenly NCB officials came in front of both of them, and both were stopped from going inside. Nothing was found with Aryan Khan when both were searched, but charas was recovered from Arbaaz Merchant’s shoes.
After this, the NCB officials also confiscated the mobile phones of both of them, and during their investigation, some chats came up, in which both were talking about taking charas. NCB has also recorded Aryan’s statement, in which he has told the same thing to the officials of the agency.
According to sources, NCB has also come to know that Aryan Khan and Arbaaz Merchant have been in constant touch with the drug peddler, whom NCB has been looking for for a long time.
The NCB, which is engaged in investigating the case in the custody of another drug paddler, has achieved another success. The probe agency has detained another drug paddler in Mumbai late on Sunday night and is being questioned. The agency can make many more disclosures related to this matter on Monday.
Many more people can be arrested in this case. NCB’s Mumbai unit head Sameer Wankhede said, “Many aspects are yet to be explored, and work is on many things. We have arrested a total of eight people in this case so far. Out of this, three accused have been produced in the court, while the remaining five will be presented on Monday.