No Evidence of Extortion Has Been Found In The Aryan Khan Drug Case, According to Mumbai Police

Mumbai police said they had not found any evidence in the Aryan Khan drug investigation and that the case had been postponed until the next order.

Mumbai Police discovered no evidence of extortion in connection with the drugs case in which Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan was arrested. The Mumbai Police Department stated in the report that no case has been filed because no proof has been discovered.

According to a Hindustan Times report, “The investigation into alleged extortion in connection with the drugs on the cruise case has been put on hold until the next order is issued. SET (Special Enquiry Team) was formed by Mumbai Police to investigate, and around 20 people were questioned. So far, no case has been filed because no evidence has been discovered.”

Aryan Khan Drug Case
Aryan Khan Drug Case

After independent witness Prabhakar Sail of the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) claimed he overheard a phone call about a demand for Rs 25 crore, Mumbai Police formed a special team to look into the extortion angle.

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The money was given by SRK’s manager Pooja Dadlani, according to sources, but it was returned to her after Aryan Khan was arrested on October 3. According to reports, the police examined CCTV footage and discovered that SRK’s manager Pooja Dadlani paid the money to KP Gosavi and Sam D’Souza.

The drugs case has been transferred to NCB SIT, and Aryan Khan has been relieved of his regular Friday attendance at the NCB Mumbai office.

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After raiding a cruise ship en route to Goa from Mumbai, the NCB arrested Aryan Khan on October 2, 2021. The Bombay High Court granted him bail on October 28. Meanwhile, Shah Rukh Khan has kept a low profile and avoided the media spotlight since Aryan Khan’s arrest in October. The actor did, however, make a digital appearance on a recent occasion.

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