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Aryan Khan case: PIL in SC alleging Narcotics Control Bureau arresting celebrities on personal ‘vendetta’

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New Delhi, Oct 19 (ILNS) A Petition has been filed in the Supreme Court to take Suo moto cognizance to protect the fundamental Human Rights of Aryan Khan who is an accused under the NDPS Act in the crime registered by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) in Mumbai.

The Petition filed by Shiv Sena leader Kishore Tiwari also urged to institute a high-level judicial inquiry into the malfide style, approach & affairs of NCB at Mumbai and its officials targeting film celebrity & few models since last two years.

It is alleged that law enforcement agencies – NCB under NDPS Act are abusing position and trying to deprive the basic Human Rights of the person accused under NDPS Act and by misconstruing the provisions of the law, the poor, innocent people are being put behind the bars.

In the Petition it was highlighted pertaining to the series of crimes registered by Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB), Mumbai under Ministry of Home Affairs, Govt of India, New Delhi, more particularly the one registered by NCB which is presently under judicial cognizance of Special (NDPS) Court at Mumbai in which few innocent people including, one 23-year-old boy Aryan Shahrukh Khan, is kept in jail for past 17 nights, because of failure of Special Court in early disposal of their bail applications in a most unfortunate and highly filmy manner.

Accusing the NCB and its officials of ‘vendetta’ by targeting select celebs, Tiwari demanded a probe into the role of the central narcotics agency and the official whose wife is a well-known Marathi filmstar, in direct competition with the other stars and celebs being hounded.

“It is most important to note that the charge that the NCB officer concerned is acting to take vendetta against select film celebrity & model because the fact is that

A) His wife is a well-known Marathi actress performing in the Mumbai film industry..

B) Apparently, she has not been able to make it Big in Bollywood, so this ongoing NCB operation seems out of a personal vendetta only.

C) In the past 15-18 months, what motive for targeting only top film personalities, their families, national-international models, producers-directors, etc., Starting from the Sushant Singh Rajput death matter, the probe is TOTALLY DIVERTED in an unrelated direction.

D) The alleged NCB seizures are minuscule Jokes, compared to Mumbai Police achievements, OR the DRI which last month seized 3000-kgs drugs from Mundra Port in Gujarat.

E) With recent shocking exposes on NCB made by Maharashtra Minister Nawab Malik, it’s high time the NCB Mumbai & all-India must be PROBED by an SC judge to unravel the rackets and the TRUTH’, the plea reads.

Aryan is currently lodged in Arthur Road prison in central Mumbai in the case of alleged seizure of drugs from a cruise ship. Aryan Khan, along with 7 others were detained, arrested on October 3 after the NCB swooped on a luxury Goa-bound Cordelia cruise ship to bust an alleged rave party on October 2./ILNS/SS/SNG/

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