Indian court reviews Aryan Khan bail plea in Mumbai drugs cruise raid

The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) of India has handed over copies of their reply to the lawyers concerned on bail applications of Aryan Khan and others in connection with drug seizure on a cruise ship off the Mumbai coast.

The NCB has opposed bail for each accused. They had told Special Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act (NDPS) court that it would file a reply on the bail plea of Aryan Khan and others.

The court will resume the hearing at 2:45 PM today, and the Additional Solicitor General Anil C Singh is likely to appear in the court.

A total of 20 people, including two Nigerian nationals, have been arrested so far in the case of the seizure of drugs following a raid at a party on the Cordelia cruise ship off the Mumbai coast on October 2.

Meanwhile, a Mumbai-based lawyer has filed a written complaint before the Mumbai Police Commissioner Hemant Nagrale against five persons for their suspicious role in the Mumbai cruise party case.

The complaint filed by Advocate Kanishk Jayant alleged criminal conspiracy by the five persons - KP Gosavi, Manish Bhanushali, Amir Furniturewala, Prateek Gaba and Rushab Sachdeva- and requested the Police Commissioner Nagrale to file FIR for extortion and their suspicious role in Cordelia Cruise Drug Case. The complaint had been filed before the Mumbai police commissioner and at Yellow Gate police station.

The evidence submitted by Nawab Malik in his press briefings has all the ingredients of a serious offence that is cognizable and non-bailable.
The complaint stated that the object of filing a complaint against these five persons is to unearth the truth and to ensure that no unauthorized person can take physical custody of a fellow citizen in an unlawful manner.


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