Aryan Khan likely to walk out of jail soon; Shah Rukh Khan leaves Mannat after court announces conditions in bail order
Aryan Khan, who was granted bail in the cruise ship drug seizure case is likely to walk out of Arthur Road jail in an hour, according to reports. The Bombay High Court granted the star kid bail in the drugs case on October 28 and had kept the bail order for Friday. Sometime back, the Bombay HC announced the bail order and the conditions that Aryan Khan and two other accused will have to follow. After the bail order and its conditions were announced, Shah Rukh Khan was seen leaving from his residence in Mumbai’s Bandra, Mannat.
A video shared by a paparazzo on Instagram shows Shah Rukh Khan leaving Mannat. The superstar’s vehicle was spotted leaving his residence.
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After Aryan Khan was granted bail by the Bombay High Court, earlier on Friday afternoon, a five-page operative order was signed by Justice N W Sambre. According to a report in News18, the operative order from the Bombay HC will help Aryan Khan’s lawyers to secure his release from the Arthur Road prison. Going by the report, Khan’s legal team will take the certified copy of the HC order to the special NDPS court along with the requisite documents and sureties.
The report mentioned that after verification of the documents, the special court will issue the release papers for Aryan Khan. The release papers will then be handed over to the Arthur Road prison to secure Aryan Khan’s release. As per the report, the release papers need to be submitted to the jail superintendent by 6 PM to secure the release of the star kid till evening.
Meanwhile, in the bail order, the Bombay HC imposed 14 conditions on Aryan Khan and the co-accused in the case. The court said that Aryan Khan shall be released on a personal bond of Rs 1 Lakh with one or two sureties of the same amount.
Aryan Khan was granted bail, 25 days after he was arrested in the cruise ship drug seizure case. He was arrested in the case on October 3, a day after he was detained by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB).