Shah Rukh Khan had told his son Aryan- 'Don't take drugs on the cruise, because NCB is active here'

Aryan Khan has got a clean chit from the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) in the Mumbai cruise case. And actor Arbaaz Merchant associated with this case is a friend of Aryan Khan. In fact, he says that Aryan Khan had told him that 'don't take drugs on the cruise, because the NCB is active here.' In fact, Aryan Khan had told him that his parents have asked him to stay away from any illegal activities, especially the use of drugs. However, despite this warning, Arbaaz hid in the shoes and brought a little marijuana. You are all aware that Arbaaz, in his statement to NCB Superintendent V V Singh on October 6, three days after his arrest, had said, "The drugs recovered from him were purchased from a person who is probably a resident of the Khar-Santa Cruz area.''

He had told about the person, "He mostly deals in marijuana and hash. Apart from this, he also said that "I had bought the hash 2-3 times at the rate of Rs 4000/- per 05 grams. And it was paid in cash. Arbaaz gave some more contacts to the drug dealers from whom he was buying the contrast. He met a dealer in a football match. Arbaaz said, "Sometimes the quality of the hash was very poor. ''

Arbaaz is a close friend of Aryan and he also admitted that Aryan was aware that he (Arbaaz) was an occasional hash consumer, and so Aryan had asked him not to carry the hash on the cruise. Also, Arbaaz confessed that after the liquor, sometimes his head gets too heavy and smoking, the hash calms him down. Because of this, he hid the hash in his shoes. In another statement recorded the next day, Arbaaz told Singh that Aryan Khan had told him that his parents had asked him to stay away from any illegal activities, especially the use of drugs.

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