Bolly Buzz! NCB report states Aryan Khan was deliberately targeted in the cruise drug case.

The drug case involving Cordelia Cruise, in which Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan and his close friend Arbaaz Merchant were detained last year, gives the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) more cause for concern. Numerous anomalies in the NCB’s investigation were discovered by the special internal report. The report also claimed that seven to eight NCB officers engaged in “suspicious behaviour” throughout the course of the inquiry that included all defendants in the case.

The NCB and its officers who were involved in the Aryan Khan case are now under a great deal of scrutiny as a result of these report’s findings. SRK’s kid was granted the all-clear in the case, although both political figures and prominent members of the film industry had claimed that the NCB’s examination of the narcotics issue was far from perfect.

As part of the special inquiry, 65 witnesses provided testimony, and the bank accounts and other financial information of the officers’ families was also examined. From these, a few police officers and people changed their stories three or four times. According to reports, the majority of the officers work for the department; nonetheless, a report will be sent to the appropriate authorities so they can take action against any police who are not currently employed by the agency.

According to NCB authorities, the special investigation team (SIT) established by the organization’s top brass sent its vigilance report to the NCB’s Delhi headquarters today. Investigative charges of improper conduct made by investigating officials in the Aryan Khan case is the goal of this SIT. The SIT also discovered flaws in the examination of other connected and unconnected cases.

An official said: “The role of 7-8 NCB officers was found to be suspicious in this matter, leading to a ministerial investigation being opened.

Experts say these new revelations in the special report represent the NCB’s second setback in the Cordelia Drug case. The first was when Aryan Khan was sentenced to death by a court in May this year, eight months after being arrested for drug trafficking. After Aryan was acquitted, BCN had to admit that it had not found “sufficient evidence” against Aryan and five other accomplices.

Aryan Khan and 20 others were arrested in October 2021 on a cruise ship off the Mumbai train station, and NCB officials have stated that some of those arrested found drugs. Aryan then spent nearly a month in NCB custody in Arthur Road Prison in Mumbai.
Some of the main allegations made by BCN officials against Aryan include – “a regular drug user”, he was involved in the “illegal drug trade” and he engaged in “providing and drug distribution”. But after the proceedings and ruling, BCN had to reconsider its allegations. With these new revelations coming to light, NCB’s involvement in the high-profile case appears to have taken another serious hit.