The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) has turned in its charge sheet for the famous drugs-on-cruise case, in which Aryan Khan, the son of actor Shah Rukh Khan, was arrested last year. Based on the SIT’s investigation, a complaint is being filed against 14 people under different parts of the NDPS act. A statement from the NCB said that there wasn’t enough evidence to file charges against 6 other people.

His friend, Arbaaz Khan, said he didn’t take drugs for Aryan Khan. In fact, he told the SIT that Aryan Khan had asked that no drugs be brought on the cruise because NCB was very active.

Aryan Khan’s arrest and detention for 26 days was wrong, especially since he was not found to be in possession of drugs and there was no evidence of any kind that he had broken any law, let alone the NDPS Act. We’re glad that the Special Investigation Team led by Shri Sanjay Kumar Singh looked into the case without bias and decided not to file a complaint against Aryan Khan because there wasn’t enough evidence. God is Awesome. Satya Meva Jayate.

The NCB SIT has found “grave irregularities” and gaps in the investigation of the Mumbai drugs-on-cruise case. Officials say that the first team that arrested Aryan Khan, the son of Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan, did not follow rules like giving all suspects a medical exam, recording raids on video, and confirming evidence from WhatsApp chats.

NCB Director General (DG) S N Pradhan told reporters that there were “flaws” in the investigation and that the accused’s WhatsApp chats didn’t have the “physical evidence” needed to prove the charges in court.

The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) filed a nearly 6,000-page charge sheet against 14 people in this case of 2021 on Friday. However, Aryan Khan was not one of the 14 people charged because there wasn’t enough evidence.

Pradhan said, “We filed the charge sheet based on what our special investigation team found as of the last day to file the charge sheet.”

When asked about Khan’s role in the case, NCB deputy director general (operations) and SIT chief Sanjay Kumar Singh said that the “basic premise” that his friend Arbaaz Khan was carrying drugs for him has not been proven and was found to be “fallacious.” Khan was jailed for 26 days before he was released on bail.

“His friend, Arbaaz Khan, said he didn’t take drugs for Aryan Khan. In fact, he told the SIT that Aryan Khan had asked that no drugs be brought on the cruise because NCB was very active “DDG Singh said.

He said that there was no proof against Aryan Khan that he used drugs, bought them, or was involved in a plot, including one with international ties, so the charges against him do not stand up to legal scrutiny.

The head of the SIT said that the NCB team did “no medical examination” to find out if Aryan Khan had taken drugs.

He also said that the NCB team, led at the time by Mumbai zonal director Sameer Wankhede, didn’t make any videos of the raids they did on the cruise ship Cordelia at the international cruise terminal on the night of October 2-3, 2013.

The NCB SIT also found that none of the accused people were really connected to each other. Because of this, they have been put into 6-7 different subgroups in the charge sheet to show what their limited roles were.

DDG Singh said that Aryan Khan’s phone was taken, but that it wasn’t opened according to the law.

“Right from the start, it was strange that the phone was taken,” he said.

He said that Prabhakar Sail, the dead witness in this case, told the SIT that he was “made to sign on blank papers” and that he didn’t see the drugs being taken off the cruise.

Kiran Gosavi, who is in jail right now for a police case in Maharashtra and was also a witness in the case, said that he agreed with what the NCB did on that day in October.

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