On October 9, 2020, actor Aryan Khan was arrested by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) on charges of drug possession. His arrest has made headlines in the Indian media, stirring up a debate over the alleged involvement of Bollywood celebrities in the narcotics trade. This article provides an overview of the case and the arguments made by the prosecution and defence.
Aryan Khan Arrested
On October 9, 2020, the NCB arrested Aryan Khan, son of actor Shah Rukh Khan, in connection with a drug investigation. The NCB raided his house and seized a small quantity of drugs. The NCB alleged that Aryan was in possession of a controlled substance and that he was supplying drugs to other people.
Charges of Drug Possession
Aryan Khan was charged under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act of 1985. He was charged with possession of a controlled substance and supplying drugs to others. The NCB also alleged that Aryan was a part of a larger network of drug traffickers.
The prosecution argued that Aryan Khan was involved in the drug trade and that he had been supplying drugs to other people. The prosecution also argued that Aryan had been in possession of a controlled substance. The prosecution argued that Aryan should be punished according to the NDPS Act and that he should be given the maximum punishment.
The defence argued that Aryan Khan was not involved in the drug trade and that he had no knowledge of any illegal activities. The defence also argued that the drugs were not found in Aryan’s possession. The defence argued that Aryan was being framed by the NCB and that he should be released immediately.
The judge heard both the prosecution and defence arguments and decided to postpone the decision on Aryan’s bail till October 20. The judge also ordered that Aryan be kept in jail for six more days. The judge asked the NCB to provide more evidence to prove its case against Aryan.
The decision on Aryan Khan’s bail has been postponed till October 20. Aryan will remain in jail for six more days until the decision is made. The NCB has been asked to provide more evidence to prove its case against Aryan. The case has stirred up a debate over the alleged involvement of Bollywood celebrities in the narcotics trade.
The case of Aryan Khan has sparked a debate in India