The Mumbai High Court has adjourned the hearing in the Aryan Khan drug case till tomorrow after hearing the arguments of Amit Desai and Mukul Rohatki.
The son of Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan is said to have been involved in a drug party on a luxury cruise ship in Mumbai Aryan Khan The suspects were arrested on October 2.
The Mumbai Special Court denied bail to Aryan Khan. He went to the Mumbai High Court after repeated attempts to get bail.
In the Mumbai High Court yesterday Aryan Khan Former Attorney General Mukul Rohatki appeared on behalf. He then argued that “the medical report did not confirm that Aryan Khan had taken drugs. Aryan Khan When exploring WhatsApp conversations. It seems to be a very old conversation and has nothing to do with what happened on the ship Cordelia on October 2nd.
Aryan Khan, who is also accused, did not buy a ticket to board the ship. He has been invited as a guest, ”he argued. Amit Desai, Mukul Rohatki and Ali Kaship Khan Deshmukh argued today on behalf of the accused in the case.
Desai, appearing for the accused Arbas Merchant, said, “During the first remand, the court mistakenly believed that this was a conspiracy case. Those arrested should state the reason for their arrest. ”
Former Attorney General Mukul Rothaki, who appeared today on behalf of Aryan Khan, did not give a real, valid reason for the arrest in the arrest memo. Article 22 of the Constitution is more important than Article 50 of the Penal Code. No person shall be arrested without being informed of the reason for the arrest.
It also states that the person has the right to state his or her argument. It also gives him the opportunity to approach the lawyer of his choice. The remand application is misleading, claiming that large quantities of drugs were recovered from Aryan Khan. The correct facts should be mentioned in the remand application, ”he said.
The case in this case is because the arguments were not concluded Investigation Postponed to tomorrow. Thus Aryan Khan There is still the situation of having to be in jail today.