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Aryan Khan (left) is escorted by law enforcement officials outside the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) to appear before a court in Mumbai on Monday. AP
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Aryan Khan, the son of movie star Shah Rukh Khan, has been denied bail after his arrest yesterday in the cruise ship drugs bust.
According to the local media reports the 23-year-old will remain in the custody of anti-drugs agency Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) till Thursday, a Mumbai court said on Monday.
Aryan and seven others were detained when NCB agents on Saturday raided a rave party and seized drugs from a luxury cruise ship off the Mumbai coast.
They were formally arrested on Sunday.
A lawyer arguing for the narcotics agency told the court that it had evidence in form of WhatsApp messages that Aryan communicated with drug peddlers on a regular basis.
It did not, however, specify whether any drugs were found in Aryan’s possession when he was first detained.
Khan’s lawyer, Satish Maneshinde, denied the allegations.
He told the court that the agency did not find any drugs on Aryan and the allegations that he was in contact with drug dealers were untrue.
Justice N. W. Sambre, who granted bail to Khan, Arbaaz Merchant and Munmun Dhamecha on Thursday, has asked them to furnish one or more surety and not leave Mumbai or India without the permission of the Narcotics Control Bureau investigating officer.
The high profile drug case involving Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan took another twist on Thursday when teams of Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) paid a ‘visit’ to megastar’s home.
Congress state President Nana Patole said that the new evidence like demands of Rs250m bribe to release Aryan Khan, has raised "big questions on the role of NCB" and sought a high-level enquiry into the matter.
Lawyers of Aryan Khan, Arbaaz Merchant and Munmun Dhamecha said that they are still awaiting detailed orders of Special Judge VV Patil to decide on their next legal move.
The design contains the COP28 logo, the Dubai symbol and multiple climate symbols, to be used to stamp the passports of passengers arriving through Dubai airports.
Some 104,000 people, including technical and security staff, have access this year to the "blue zone" dedicated to the actual climate negotiations and the pavilions of the states and organisations present.
This came during the COP28 Conference of the Parties, which was hosted by the UAE in Expo City Dubai, and its activities began on Thursday and will continue until December 12.
"India is committed to UN Framework for Climate Change and that is why I propose from this stage that COP33 Summit in 2028 be hosted in India," Modi said during his speech at the COP28 summit in Dubai.