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Aryan Khan Drugs Case: Shah Rukh Khan’s Son Is Reading Religious Books in Mumbai’s Arthur Road Prison, Says Jail Authorities

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Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan’s Aryan Khan, who is currently lodged in Mumbai’s Arthur Road Jail following his alleged involvement in drugs case, has been reading religious books in the prison. According to the jail administration, Aryan Khan was anxious in the jail after his bail had been rejected. The jail authorities suggested him to read the library books. Aryan Khan Drugs Case: NCB Questioning Driver of Actor Shah Rukh Khan’s in Connection With the Case.

Following this, Khan was given books from the jail library. For the last two days, Aryan Khan has been reading a book written on Lord Ram and Mother Sita.Earlier, Khan had read a book called The Lion’s Gate. As per the jail administration, if a prisoner wants, he can get a book of his choice from his relatives, but only religious books are allowed. Apart from this, if a prisoner leaves a book while leaving the jail, then it is also included in the library.Mumbai Cruise Drugs Case: Aryan Khan’s Bail Plea to Be Heard by Special NDPS Court in Mumbai on October 11.

Mumbai’s Special Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) court on Thursday extended the judicial custody of Aryan Khan and others till October 30 in connection with the drug case. Earlier on Wednesday, the special court refused to grant bail to Aryan Khan and two others in connection with the seizure of drugs. Following this, Aryan Khan moved a bail application in the Bombay High Court against the NDPS court order on his bail rejection.

The Bombay High Court hear the bail application on October 26.

An NCB team busted an alleged drugs party on the Cordelia which was on its way to Goa at mid-sea on October 2. A total of 20 people, including two Nigerian nationals, have been arrested so far in the case.

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