This bail is not easy for Aryan Khan, HC has imposed 14 conditions, bad will be trapped for violation


Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan will be released from Mumbai’s Arthur Road Jail on Saturday morning after getting bail from the Bombay High Court. A bail box has been opened outside the jail to collect their papers. “Aryan Khan is expected to be released from Arthur Road Jail in Mumbai at around 10 am today,” news agency PTI quoted a jail official as saying. This bail will not be easy for Aryan. The Bombay High Court has imposed a flurry of conditions.

Aryan Khan was granted bail by the Bombay High Court on Thursday, but he spent another night in Arthur Road jail as documents related to his release did not reach the jail authorities on time on Friday. Aryan Khan was granted bail by the Bombay High Court on Thursday, 25 days after he was arrested by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) in a case related to the alleged seizure of drugs on a cruise ship off the Mumbai coast earlier this month. Shah Rukh Khan’s actor-friend Juhi Chawla stood in as the surety for their 23-year-old son.

14 conditions for Aryan’s bail

In a five-page order signed by Justice NW Sambre, the high court imposed 14 bail conditions on him, paving the way for his release from jail. The High Court said that Aryan Khan and his two co-accused Arbaaz Merchant and Munmun Dhamecha, who were also granted bail, would be released on a personal bond of one lakh along with one or two sureties of equal amount.

Have to go to NCB office every Friday


The HC said that they will have to come to the NCB office every Friday between 11 am and 2 pm to record their attendance. The judge said he would pass a detailed bail order with reasons next week.

Passport to be submitted

The trio will have to submit their passports to the special NDPS court as per the conditions laid down by the high court and they will not leave India without taking permission from the special court. They will have to register their attendance at the NCB office every Friday. The court said that if the trio violates any of the conditions, the NCB will directly apply to the special court for cancellation of their bail.

The condition of not tampering with the evidence

The court said that the accused shall not personally or through any other means try to influence the witnesses or tamper with the evidence. As per the condition, the accused will inform the NCB before leaving Mumbai and give details of their travel.

The court said that Aryan Khan, Merchant and Dhamecha will not do any such activity on the basis of which the present case is registered against them for offenses under the NDPS Act. The High Court said that the trio will not establish any contact with any co-accused in the case or with anyone else who is involved in such activities. “When the trial starts, the applicant/accused shall not try to delay the trial in any way,” the court said.


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