SRK’s Son Aryan Khan Says, “Falsely Implicated In Drug Bust Case”

Mumbai : Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan khan in court hearing on October 20 said that he was ‘falsely implicated in drug bust case.’ In his bail plea hearing at Bombay High Court he contended that no contraband material was seized from him and there was no evidence to suggest he consumed drugs.

Aryan Khan also argued that the 6gm of “charas” seized from his friend Arbaaz Merchant was meant to be consumed, and considering that it was a small quantity, the offence can only attract a maximum punishment of up to a year’s jail or fine. Hence, he should be released on bail, he pleaded.

The bail plea said there was nothing on record to suggest that Aryan Khan was connected to the sale, purchase or trafficking of any narcotic drugs or psychotropic substances.

Aryan Khan moved the high court after a special court on October 20 rejected his bail plea, citing prima facie material indicating that “he was in contact with persons dealing with prohibited narcotic substances”.

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Aryan Khan denies about deal with any with anti-drugs agency officers or any connection with the allegations of a payoff involving Sameer Wankhede, the officer leading the investigations against him and others in the drugs-on-cruise case.

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“I have nothing to do with the allegations and counter allegations that are currently on public/social media between Sameer Wankhede and certain political personalities, also have no connection or concern with Prabhakar Sail or (KP) Gosavi,” said Aryan Khan, the 23-year-old son of megastar Shah Rukh Khan, in an affidavit to the Bombay High Court before a hearing on his request for bail.

Aryan Khan’s testimony follows the High Court’s statement of the Health Department (NCB) which alleged that his father Shah Rukh Khan’s leader was involved in “an independent witness” who had allegedly paid.

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