Aryan Khan and his few friends, who were detained from aboard a cruise ship, remaining in judicial custody after being arrested by the NCB on drug charges has been the biggest talking point across the country, dividing people all over. The Narcotic Control Bureau (NCB) has surprisingly received multiple extensions of judicial custody for Shah Rukh Khan’s son despite his lawyer, Satish Maneshinde, and his friend, Arbaaz Merchant’s advocate, Taraq K. Sayed, having repeatedly appealed in the court for bail for their clients. And now, Aryan Khan has faced another setback after a politician, expected to voice support for him, hasn’t done so. Also Read – Trending Entertainment News Today: Vicky Kaushal on roka rumours with Katrina Kaif; Shehnaaz Gill, Diljit Dosanjh and Sonam Bajwa’s Honsla Rakh gets a MASSIVE opening and more
We’re talking about Asaduddin Owaisi, who, when asked about Aryan Khan’s arrest while addressing a rally in Ghaziabad, said, “You are talking about a superstar’s son. At least 27% of undertrial prisoners in UP jails are Muslims. Who will speak for them? I will fight for those who are voiceless and weak, not for those whose fathers are powerful.” Also Read – From Wankhede ban to Aryan Khan’s arrest: 9 CONTROVERSIES from Shah Rukh Khan’s life that made headlines – view pics
Aryan Khan has been charged with with offences under Section 8 (c), 20(b), 27, 28, 29 and 35 of the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act. Reportedly, the entire custody and subsequent interrogation of Shah Rukh Khan’s son could be against the rules as there have apparently been no drugs that were recovered from his person or in his possession – a fact verified by none less that Vikas Singh, the lawyer who represented the late Sushant Singh Rajput last year. Meanwhile, SRK and Gauri Khan sent Rs. 4500 to Aryan – the maximum amount allowed in jail – for his expenses after he wasn’t allowed to received home-cooked meals. Also Read – Aryan Khan promises NCB Chief Sameer Wankhede to shun the wrong path and make him proud during a counselling session in prison
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