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Aryan Khan, son of Shahrukh Khan, arrested in the Cruise Drugs Party case, is currently lodged in Arthur Road Jail in Mumbai. The Special NDPS Court of Mumbai had on Thursday reserved the verdict on Aryan’s bail. The next hearing of the matter will be on October 20. Meanwhile, news is coming that when Aryan was in the custody of Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB), he was counseled by the agency. According to a report, during counseling, Aryan promised NCB zonal director Sameer Wankhede, ‘I will do good work by being a good person and one day you will be proud of me’.
NGO workers also did Aryan’s counseling
Aryan has also promised NCB during counseling that he will never do anything wrong after coming out of jail. Along with this, we will also help the poor and weak people. It is being told that NGO workers along with Sameer Wankhede of NCB had also counseled Aryan.
Aryan has got the batch of prisoner number 956 in the jail
Let us inform that along with Arbaaz Merchant, Munmun Dhamicha and other accused along with Aryan Khan will also have to remain in jail till October 20. The sessions court will pronounce its verdict on the bail plea of other accused including Aryan on the 20th itself, till Aryan will have to remain behind the bars. Aryan has got the batch of prisoner number 956 in the jail.
Shahrukh- Gauri sent money order for Aryan
On October 11, Shahrukh Khan and Gauri have sent a money order of Rs 4500 for son Aryan. A prisoner is allowed to keep only this amount of money in the jail. Through this money, Aryan has taken food items from the jail canteen, because he does not like the food of the jail.
Aryan was sent to Arthur Road Jail on 8 October
Let us inform that on October 8, Aryan was sent to Arthur Road Jail along with other accused. On October 14, five other accused, including Aryan Khan, were shifted from the Quarantine Cell to the Common Cell. Let us inform that Aryan Khan was detained along with several people in the NCB raid on the drugs party being held on cruise in Mumbai on 02 October. The court later sent all the accused, including Aryan, to judicial custody for 14 days.