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NCB debunks reports claiming no evidence against Aryan Khan in drugs case

The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) has called as speculation the reports of non-availability of evidence against Aryan Khan

NCB debunks reports claiming no evidence against Aryan Khan in drugs case
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The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) has called as speculation the reports of non-availability of evidence against Aryan Khan in the Mumbai cruise drug case.

Sanjay Singh, Deputy Director General of NCB, denied reports that an NCB probe had indicated that there was no evidence to prove that Aryan Khan was linked to an international drug syndicate.

Sanjay Singh, who is also the chief of the Special Investigation Team (SIT) on Aryan Khan's case, said, "As far as the media reports on non-availability of evidences against Aryan Khan are concerned, these are not true and are just speculations and nothing else. These statements were not cross checked with NCB before being published. Investigation is not yet complete and it is premature to say anything at this stage."

- Aryan Khan, son of Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan's son, was detained by the NCB on October 2 last year during a raid at Cordelia Cruise yacht off the coast of Mumbai.

- Aryan Khan and others were detained by the NCB team on the accusation of drug conspiracy and consuming drugs.

- Aryan Khan's first bail was dismissed by the trial court. Later, Khan, through his counsel, approached the Bombay High Court which granted him bail on October 28, 2021. Due to legal procedures, Aryan Khan was freed from jail on October 30.

- The NCB has arrested 20 people, including two Nigerian nationals, in the drugs case so far

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