February 5, 2023

srk Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan gets relief from Bombay High Court in Mumbai drugs case on plea challenging his clean cheat. The clean chit given to Aryan Khan was questioned, now in the drug case, complete relief from the High Court!

The clean chit given to Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan in the Mumbai drugs case was challenged. The Bombay High Court termed the petition as a publicity stunt. That challenge was withdrawn.

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SRK stands for Superstar Shah Rukh Khan’s son Ariyan Khan to NCB Mumbai Cruise Drug Case I was arrested. After that Aryan had to stay in Mumbai’s Arthur Road Jail for a few days. Then he got relief from the Bombay High Court. Meanwhile, Shah Rukh had a headache for one and a half months. Ananya Pandey’s name also comes up in this case. then Bombay High Court Ariyan Khan got clean cheat from this. He was challenged. The High Court has now dismissed it. This came as a great relief to Aryan.

A drug party was organized on the Kardelia cruise ship from Mumbai to Goa. NCB raided the ship and arrested some people. Aryan Khan was also arrested. NCB claimed that drugs were recovered from Aryan Khan and that he is part of an international drug smuggling ring. But later it was proved in the court that Aryan Khan did not consume drugs during the cruise. After that, Aryan Khan’s name was dropped from the Cordelia Cruz drug case and NCB gave him a clean chit.

Big relief to Aryan Khan, petition challenging clean cheat dismissed

The NCB not only gave a clean chit to Aryan Khan but also ordered an inquiry against officials associated with the team that arrested Aryan Khan and many questions have been raised about their actions. But the decision to give a clean chit to Aryan was challenged in the High Court through a petition.

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This challenge was given by the Hindu Federation. The Bombay High Court has now raised many questions in the same petition. A division bench headed by Chief Justice Sanjay Gangapurwala of the High Court asked what was the position and public interest in the petition. The court called this challenging plea a publicity stunt. After the court’s reprimand, the Hindu Mahasangh withdrew the petition.

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