The investigations are still in process.The court is still not ready with its final statement as to they'll grant bail to Aryan Khan or not.Recently his bail plea was unheard.The NCB recorded the statement of each and every person present there the eight people were alleged under the NDPS Act (Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act).
The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) opposed Aryan Khan's bail plea on Thursday (October 14), referring to his WhatsApp chats.Recently there was a bail plea hearing done according to it the Mumbai court issued a order to let Aryan Khan stay in Jail till 20 th of October.Mumbai Court will formally pronounce on October 20, the bail plea of Aryan Khan.
Farah Ali Khan who is a jewellery designer tool to Twitter to enlighten NCB the particular language which the millennials use.She has shared a list in which all the words are present which millennials use in their daily schedule.She wrote, "Dear NCB The millennials of today have a language I had to Google to know. FOMO - Fear of missing out SICK - Something that is cool DOPE - Something Excellent GOAT - Greatest of all time BLAST - To have a good time. Want more, please see pic attached herein (sic)."
Talking about the WhatsApp chats Amit Desai said a thorough investigation should have been done "The language (in the chats) may seems like something different than what ought to be in a court of law. And those conversations may lead to suspicion, as it should. But what is important to be borne in mind is by no stretch of imagination is this boy involved in any kind of conversation of drug trafficking or internal drug trafficking."
Aryan Khan and two others were alleged on 2 of October evening for inclusion in utilization, selling and buying of booty. On Monday a bail hearing was done in the Mumbai High Court extended the NCB custody of Aryan Khan and others till October 7. The court order stated that,"I am of the view that investigation is of prime importance. Considering this aspect that the presence of the accused with NCB is necessary, the custody was extended till October 7."