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Bombay High Court to hear Aryan Khan's bail plea on October 26

Aryan Khan's bail appeal was scheduled to be heard today by the Bombay High Court. But the Court has now again reschedule it and will hear his bail plea in the drugs case on October 26.

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Aryan Khan's bail plea listed for October 26 in Bombay High Court was scheduled to hear Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan’s bail plea but the matter has now been listed for October 26. 

Aryan’s lawyers Satish Maneshinde and Amit Desai were present in court to mention the matter before Justice NW Sambre. 

Maneshinde requested for a hearing on Friday or Monday but ASG Anil Singh for NCB stated that they had not been served the copy yet. 

Furthermore, the Court refused Maneshinde's request for hearing via video conferencing and Aryan’s bail plea matter was listed for hearing on Tuesday. 

On Thursday morning, Shah Rukh Khan visited son Aryan in Arthur road jail after prison authorities permitted in-person meeting.

Aryan Khan was reportedly counselled by NCB’s Zonal Director Sameer Wankhede, who has been leading the investigation.

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Earlier, it was said that his case will likely to be mentioned before Justice NW Sambre today, seeking urgent hearing. 

The move came after a Mumbai special court denied Shah Rukh Khan‘s son bail in the drugs case filed by the Narcotics Control Bureau. 

Currently, Aryan is lodged at the Arthur Road Jail with several other accused from the drugs-on-cruise case. 

Reacting to Aryan’s bail application, zonal director of NCB's Mumbai unit, Sameer Wankhede had stated, 'Satyamev Jayate'.

The 23-year-old son of Bollywood superstar SRK and Gauri along with Arbaaz, model Munmun Dhamecha and five others were detained on October 3 in connection with a drug bust on a cruise liner off the Mumbai coast. 

Aryan was represented by advocate Satish Maneshinde in all previous hearings. 

But from “here on" bulk of the main argument on part of Aryan will be carried forth by advocate Amit Desai, and Maneshinde will only add anything if required, a report in Hindustan Times stated.

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BlackWitch 3 months ago I may come across as a fan, but I find these delays quite deliberate. The authorities are holding Aryan, despite his blood work being clear and no drugs found in his possession. They are even trying to make him look responsible for the drugs others were holding.

I don’t know what’s in these WhatsApp chats that’s so incriminating and pins him as some kind of a drug peddler, but all this is looking too shady now; like a personal vendetta against SRK.
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