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Aslam Service provider Says His Son Arbaaz and Aryan Khan Are ‘Harmless’

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Aslam Service provider, father of Arbaaz Service provider, stated on Tuesday that his son and Aryan Khan, each of whom have been taken into custody by the Narcotics Management Bureau (NCB) in reference to the Mumbai drugs-on-cruise-case, had been “harmless”.

Dismissing allegations that 5 grams of charas had been discovered on Arbaaz as “baseless”, Aslam stated that it is extremely untimely to state something (concerning the arrest) at this cut-off date. “The NCB has been very cooperative and really good to the youngsters. I being a lawyer, place confidence in the judiciary. The reality will prevail and they’re going to come out scot-free. They’re harmless,” he instructed Instances Now.

Aslam stated that his son and Khan didn’t even enter the ship, and that they had been simply visitors. “No matter was discovered, was discovered contained in the ship, not outdoors,” he added.

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The NCB on Monday claimed that there was that “stunning and incriminating” materials recovered in WhatsApp chats of Aryan Khan and two others arrested in reference to the case confirmed worldwide drug trafficking.

The accused additionally allegedly mentioned fee modes utilizing code phrases for procuring the medicine, in line with the NCB. In reply to this allegation, Aslam stated that “there’s completely no WhatsApp chats associated to medicine.”

“They weren’t even ready. It was only a last-minute dialogue of going to the ship. They had been invitees. They simply determined out of the blue.” Aslam stated that Arbaaz even had breakfast with him on the morning of October 3 and was imagined to have dinner with him. He additionally stated that this was the primary journey that Arbaaz and Khan took collectively.

The NCB received remand of Khan and two different accused from the courtroom until Thursday. One other 5 accused had been arrested earlier, whereas 4 extra individuals had been held  earlier at the moment. A complete of 12 folks have been arrested as of October 5.

The NCB crew, led by its zonal director Sameer Wankhede, raided the Goa-bound ship on Saturday night primarily based on a tip-off {that a} get together was scheduled onboard. The sleuths seized 13 grams of cocaine, 5 grams of MD, 21 grams of charas and 22 drugs of Ecstasy and Rs 1.33 lakh.

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