Actor Shah Rukh Khan’s son, Aryan Khan, received the NCB’s go-ahead in Aryan Khan’s case, which lasted five to six months last year. So the reactions are starting to come out of all these cases. Aryan Khan was named as the main defendant in the Cardelia Cruise Drugs case. Aryan Khan was also in jail for almost a month. However, now that Aryan Khan has been given the go-ahead, the functioning of the NCB is being questioned. In this regard, a tweet has been sent from the official Twitter account of Nawab Malik, who is currently in jail for financial misconduct. From there, the whole thing has been brought into focus.
6,000 page charge sheet!
The NCB has filed a nearly 6,000-page charge sheet in the case. However, the charge sheet did not list Aryan Khan and six other defendants. According to the charge sheet filed by the NCB, no drugs were found in Aryan Khan’s possession. Therefore, after initially filing a case against 14 people, the NCB has stated that no evidence has been found against 6 people after investigation. The names of Aryan Khan and five others have been removed from the charge sheet.
Names removed from the NCB include Aryan Khan, Avin Shukla, Gopal Anand, Sameer Saighan, Bhaskar Arora and Manav Singhal.
Meanwhile, after Aryan Khan received a clean note, a suggestive tweet was sent from Nawab Malik’s official Twitter account. “Aryan Khan and five others with him have now received a clean note in the case. So will the NCB now take action against Sameer Wankhede, his team and his private army? Or will they support criminals?” Such a question has been raised in this tweet.
What happened last year?
NCB has also provided information about the incident in this case and gave a clean note to 6 people including Aryan Khan as they have not received any evidence. Consequently, the NCB arrested Aryan, Arbaaz, Ishmat, and Gomit at the International Port Terminal on October 2, 2021. Nupur, Mohak, and Moonmoon were captured on a Cordelia cruise ship. Drugs were found in all of them except Aryan and Mohak. The case was initially investigated by the Mumbai NCB. Later on November 6, 2021, the case was transferred from Mumbai NCB to the NCB Special Investigation Team. The SIT investigated 14 defendants. Due to insufficient evidence against 6 people in the investigation, their names were removed from the charge sheet.