Filmmaker Sanjay Gupta has reacted to the Bombay High Court’s detailed bail order granting bail to Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan in drugs case, which states that there is “hardly any positive evidence” by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) to show conspiracy among the accused. A single bench of Justice Nitin Sambre had on October 28 granted bail to Aryan Khan, Arbaaz Merchant and model Munmun Dhamecha, but the detailed bail order was made available on Saturday.
Gupta quoted a tweet from Bar & Bench on his Twitter account. The original tweet read, “No positive evidence for conspiracy against Aryan Khan: Bombay High Court in bail order” [READ ORDER] @Neha_Jozie reports. #AryanKhanBail #AryanKhan #Bombay HighCourt.”
Bombay High Court says Aryan Khan is innocent and was.
Who compensates for the phase he went through, his family went through. https://t.co/LWNzbR7riB
— Sanjay Gupta (@_sanjaygupta) November 20, 2021
Sanjay Gupta reacted and wrote, “So Aryan Khan is innocent and says Bombay High Court. Who makes up for what he went through, his family went through.” The director had earlier also commented on Bollywood’s silence during this period. had given feedback Shahrukh Khan’s ‘Crisis Hour’
The Bombay High Court on Saturday made available its 14-page detailed order. The order granting bail to three- Aryan Khan, Arbaaz Merchant and Munmun Dhamecha states that there is “hardly any positive evidence” by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) to show conspiracy among the accused.
case was registered against Aryan Khan For his alleged involvement in the cruise ship drug bust. Aryan and several others were arrested after the Narcotics Control Bureau raided a Goa-bound cruise ship in October. Aryan was later lodged in Arthur Road Jail for several weeks. He is currently out on bail.
No drugs were recovered from Aryan, but the NCB had stated that all the accused were “involved in a conspiracy” to commit an offense under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act and hence the drug recovery in the case was considered cumulative. should go.