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No bail for Aryan Khan today, hearing adjourned till tomorrow

Aryan Khan's jail stay is extended by another day as the hearing on his bail request in the Bombay High Court is now posted to tomorrow.

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A single judge bench of Justice Sambre of the Bombay High Court today heard Aryan Khan's bail application. 

After the special court rejected Aryan's plea on October 20. Now Aryan's bail hearing is adjourned till 2:30 pm tomorrow.

This means that actor Shah Rukh Khan's son will have to spend another night at the Arthur Road Jail in Mumbai, where he has been lodged for a little over two weeks.

Former Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi, who landed in Mumbai on Monday, appeared for Aryan Khan's bail plea at the Bombay High Court today.

In today's argument Aryan's lawyer Mukul Rohatgi told the Bombay High Court after it began the hearing for the bail application, that his client was not a customer and had been invited on the cruise as a special guest. 

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"In fact, no drugs were recovered from him and no medical test was done to prove he had even consumed," Rohatgi told the HC bench.

Aryan's lawyer said,

"It's a conspiracy when nothing has happened. It is nobody's case that there is any connection between my client and those present there. You are sent to a rehab for small quantities. That is the spirit. The law is clear, you treat them as victims and not as hardened criminals. The Social Ministry in Delhi has taken this approach. Approach isn't to send to jail, but to send to rehab".

Arguing in court that the NCB's case gives the impression that Aryan Khan was carrying drugs, Mukul Rohatgi said he is not making any accusations against NCB officials.

While the new team adds to the existing legal counsel comprising Amit Desai, Satish Manshinde, Anandini Fernandes and Rustom Mulla, Ruby Singh Ahuja and Sandeep Kapur partners of Karanjawala and Co will also appear for the 23-year-old son of Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan

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