No Evidence Against Aryan Khan That Proves He Was Part Of Drugs Syndicate: NCB’s SIT Reveals

In October 2021, Shahrukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan was arrested for an alleged drugs-on-cruise case. The accusations made against him included possession and consumption of drugs – offences that fall under the Narcotics Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act. On October 30th, Aryan walked out of jail on bail and since then, he has been under a few restrictions and the investigation is ongoing.

However, according to a recent report by Hindustan Times, the NCB’s Special Investigation Team (SIT) has claimed that there is “no evidence” against Aryan Khan that proves he was part of a “larger drugs conspiracy or an international drugs trafficking syndicate”. SIT also added that there were “several irregularities” in the raid on the Cordelia cruise during which he was arrested.


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According to TOI, here are the key findings on the case that the SIT shared:

1. Aryan Khan was “never in possession” of drugs. Therefore, there was no need to take his phone and check his chats.
2. The chats “do not suggest” that Aryan was part of any international syndicate.
3. There is no video recording of the raid, which is mandatory as per the NCB manual.
4. The drugs recovered from multiple accused arrested in the case was shown as “single recovery”.

People online had very strong reactions to the news and many demanded an apology from the NCB and news channels that accused Aryan Khan of being a drug addict.

May the truth prevail, always.

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