Aryan Khan Summon By NCB SIT: Aryan Khan, son of Bollywood actor Shahrukh Khan, has been summoned by the SIT of NCB. SIT has called Aryan Khan for questioning in the drugs case today itself.
All the accused will be called for questioning in the 6 cases that the NCB Special Investigation Team is probing. In this episode, Aryan Khan has been summoned today. However, till the writing of the news, Aryan has not appeared before the SIT of NCB for questioning.
Aryan Khan Summoned by NCB SIT Today
The SIT of NCB has also summoned Nawab Malik’s son-in-law Sameer Khan for questioning. All the people related to the six cases the SIT is investigating will be called again for questioning. This NCB team also went on a cruise, and the crime scene was recreated.
Arbaaz Merchant, another accused in the drugs case, was also summoned by the SIT of the NCB and summoned for questioning. The agency has said that Arbaaz Merchant and Achit Kumar have reached the NCB office for questioning.
Aryan Khan out on bail
Let us tell you that Aryan Khan is currently out on bail in the drug case. He was detained by NCB from Cordelia Cruz on 2 October and arrested the next day. Several others, including Arbaaz Merchant and Munmun Dhamecha, were also arrested in this case.
These conditions have been imposed for bail.
In its order, the High Court has imposed 14 conditions while granting bail to Aryan Khan, Arbaaz Merchant and Munmun Dhamecha. According to this, Aryan Khan will not indulge in any activity similar to drugs activities, based on which offence has been registered by NCB. Aryans will not leave the country without permission.
The court has also said that the passport should be immediately handed over to the special court. There should be no attempt to influence the witnesses. The accused shall not make any statement pending before the special count in any media. If they have to travel outside Mumbai, the investigating officer will have to give their itinerary.
The Bombay High Court has directed Aryan, Arbaaz Merchant and Munmun to be present at the NCB Mumbai office every Friday between 11 am and 2 pm.