Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan was arrested along with Arbaaz Merchant and Munmun Dhamecha by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) after raiding a cruise ship off the Mumbai coast on October 3. The three accused were granted bail by the Bombay High Court after spending nearly three weeks in judicial custody in Arthur Road Jail. The Bombay High Court had also put 14 conditions while granting bail. Last week, Aryan, through his lawyers, had filed a petition seeking modification of the bail conditions.
As per the condition of the bail, Aryan was making his presence felt at the NCB office in Mumbai every Friday. He had sought removal of this condition in his petition. The matter was heard in the High Court on Wednesday afternoon. Seeking modification of the conditions, advocate Amit Desai, representing Aryan, told the court, “We are seeking amendment in condition ‘J’ of bail with respect to appearance on Friday. Nothing is happening. When. They can be summoned however they want. Bombay branch is also not there post-SIT case.”
In his order, Justice Nitin Sambre observed that the circumstances require modification of the conditions “I and J” of the bail.
The condition ‘I’ as per the bail order reads – “If the applicants/accused are to move out of Greater Mumbai, they shall inform the Inquiry Officer; and give their itinerary to the Inquiry Officer.”
As per the bail order, condition ‘J’ reads- “The applicant/accused shall be present at the NCB Mumbai office on every Friday between 11.00 AM to 2.00 PM to mark his presence.”
Highlighting the amendment in condition ‘I’, the bench said, “As regards the conditions of travel outside Mumbai, the applicant should submit his itinerary to the Inquiry Officer.”
While Aryan is not required to appear before the NCB every Friday to mark his presence, the star kid will have to appear before the SIT Delhi after being given 72 hours’ notice.
Meanwhile, on 20 November, the Bombay High Court issued an order holding that there was no evidence of conspiracy between Aryan, Arbaaz and Munmun to commit a drug-related offence. The Bombay High Court also said that nothing objectionable was found in their WhatsApp chats. During the bail hearing in October, the NCB had objected to the bail plea of the accused citing “conspiracy” and “objectionable evidence found on WhatsApp chat”.
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