Aryan Khan drugs case replace: NCB lawyer calls for, ‘Why was Aryan on the ship?’; Aryan’s advocate replies, ‘You should have arrested the thousand others on the ship’ – Times of India

An prolonged listening to happened in a Mumbai Court as the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) seemed to request an extension on custody of Aryan Khan and different accused Arbaaz Merchant and Munmun Dhamecha who had been arrested in a drugs case. In the remaining verdict, Aryan, Arbaaz and Munmun had been all despatched to additional custody until October 7. But throughout the prolonged listening to, the involved legal professionals engaged in animated and attention-grabbing arguments.

According to these current at the listening to, the NCB was represented by Additional Solicitor General (ASG) Anil C Singh and counsel Advait M Sethna, whereas lawyer Satish Maneshinde was representing Aryan Khan, and advocate Taraq Sayed was representing Arbaaz Merchant and Munmun Dhamecha.

During the numerous arguments, the ASG, Anil C Singh, tried to attract similarities between the Aryan Khan case and the Rhea Chakraborty case from final 12 months. To this, advocate Maneshinde identified dissimilarities between the two circumstances. The ASG then argued to the court docket that he might present Aryan’s involvement from different circumstances, too, to which Maneshinde shot again with extra rebuttals. During this backwards and forwards, the ASG commented, “Here it is (the contraband) recovered from the ship”. To which, Maneshinde replied, “The ship just isn’t mine. You should have arrested the thousand others on the ship”.

That wasn’t the finish of the arguments although. A bit of later, Maneshinde stated, “There is nothing to establish my connection with people on the ship.” To that, the ASG retorted, “Why was he (Aryan) on the ship?” Before Maneshinde might reply, Taraq Sayed retorted, “1300 people were on the ship. It is not even their case that No. 1 (Aryan Khan) was distributing. He can buy the ship but…” That was adopted by Maneshinde chopping into the dialog. The warfare of phrases between the counsels was animated and plenty of heated arguments happened.

Eventually, the court docket determined that the accused should be saved in custody until October 7 in order that the NCB might conduct a good and efficient investigation to show the involvement or innocence of all the accused.


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