A Mumbai court on Friday denied the bail pleas of Aryan Khan, Arbaaz Merchant, Munmun Dhamecha, and other accused.
“Mumbai’s Esplanade court rejects Aryan Khan, Arbaaz Khan, and Munmun Dhamecha’s bail petition in the case connected to the seizure of drugs following a search at a party on a cruise ship off the Mumbai coast,” ANI said.
Aryan and the others were transferred to Arthur Jail on Friday while the bail hearing was in process. The hearing is now finished, and the court has decided not to grant bail.
The Magistrate noted in denying bail to the accused, “I’ve listened to all of the applications and submissions. Because the applications are unoptimized in front of us, they are denied.”
No Bail For the Suspects
Satish Maneshinde, Aryan Khan’s lawyer, cited various court decisions in order to prove his case and secure bail for SRK’s son. He also gave a statement on behalf of Aryan “My parents and siblings are here, and I come from a decent family. I am an Indian citizen. I can’t flee since I’m a member of society. There is no evidence of tampering or allegation of tampering. The electronic evidence has been taken, and the other suspects have been arrested.” “I am a 23-year-old with no prior antecedents,” she added.
UPDATE | Aryan Khan, Arbaaz Khan, and Munmun Dhamecha’s bail request in the case involving the seizure of drugs following a raid at a party on a cruise ship off the Mumbai coast has been denied by the Esplanade court in Mumbai.
14 days in judicial prison
After the NCB raided a cruise off the coast of Mumbai and found drugs, SRK and Gauri Khan’s son had been in the news for almost a week. The court sentenced them to 14 days in judicial prison on Thursday.
According to protocol, SRK’s son and the other suspects were meant to be taken to Arthur Road Jail on Thursday.
However, Aryan’s lawyer, Satish Maneshinde, asked the court to keep Aryan and others in NCB’s custody after 6 p.m. since jail officials refused to admit new inmates without a Covid-19 report after that time. As a result, they were arrested on Friday and taken to the Arthur Road jail.