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Aryan Khan to spend another night in jail after bail papers miss deadline Aryan Khan
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Aryan Khan to spend another night in jail after bail papers miss deadline

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 29 Oct 2021, 09:06 pm

Mumbai/IBNS: Superstar Shah Rukh Khan's son Aryan Khan will spend another night in Mumbai's Arthur Road jail as his bail papers missed the deadline on Thursday.

Aryan Khan, 23, was granted bail in the drugs-on-cruise case on Thursday by the Bombay High Court.

For him to leave jail this evening, the hard copy of the release order had to be dropped in the "bail box" at Mumbai's Arthur Road by 5.30 pm. Jail officials said the papers did not reach them on time.

"The bail box is shut. Any release now will happen only after 10 am tomorrow," Nitin Wayachal, a senior jail official, told NDTV.

Anticipating his homecoming, Shah Rukh Khan had left his Mumbai home Mannat at around 3.40 pm for the prison where Aryan has already spent 22 days.

Actor Juhi Chawla, Khan's co-star in the early days of his film career, signed the Rs. 1 lakh bail bond for Aryan.

That step was necessary for the Mumbai sessions court to sign the release papers that were to be sent directly to the prison.

The Bombay High Court has listed 14 conditions for his bail stating that Aryan cannot leave Mumbai without informing the police and has to appear before the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) every Friday.

Aryan has to go to the NCB office every Friday between 11 am and 2 pm, attend court hearings and join investigations whenever required.

He has spent nearly a month in jail after his arrest following a NCB raid on a cruise ship party on Oct 2. He was "Accused Number 1" in the drugs-on-cruise case in which a total of 20 were arrested.

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