Aryan Khan sent to one day NCB remand in drug case

 Arbaaz Merchant and Mummun Dhamecha have been sent to NCB remand for one day, i.e. these three accused will remain in remand till October 4.

BBC Marathi journalist Mayank Bhagwat has informed that Aryan Khan's lawyer in the court said that NCB has not received drugs from Aryan Khan.

While NCB claims that drugs have been recovered from them, now NCB will present Khan in the court on Monday and his bail plea will be heard tomorrow.

NCB raided a cruise in Mumbai on Saturday (October 2) midnight.

NCB Mumbai director Sameer Wankhede has informed that Aryan Khan is being investigated in this case.

NCB has detained eight people including Aryan Khan in the case, out of which three including Aryan were arrested.

NCB's promise of a fair investigation

This case is related to the alleged rave party being held on a cruise in Mumbai.

NCB chief SN Pradhan said that a fair investigation will be done in the Mumbai cruise drugs case.

Pradhan said, "We are working impartially in this matter. Notably, Bollywood and some rich people are also involved in this matter. Whoever happens to them, we will still do our work within the ambit of the law."


What actually happened?

Mumbai's Drug Control Squad started a major operation on Saturday midnight.

According to the Maharashtra Times report, a drug party was allegedly going on on a cruise ship in the middle of the sea. There is a raid there and NCB has detained 10 people.

The police had received information that the party was going on a cruise ship going from Mumbai to Goa.

So the NCB officials became passengers and went on a cruise. NCB said that the party started after the cruise went into the middle of the sea.

All of them were caught after the NCB team started taking drugs.

The service of the cruise ship which has been taken over by the police started a few days back.Also in some media reports it has been said that the cruise ship ticket for this party was around Rs 80,000.

Meanwhile, different types of reactions have started coming to the fore in this matter.Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee General Secretary and Spokesperson Atul Londhe has also reacted to the NCB's action during the party on the cruise ship in Mumbai sea. He asked in a questioning tone, "What happened to the drugs found in Gujarat?"Atul Londhe has asked that this small action is not to hide the big incident.