The Bombay High Court released a detailed bail order in the Mumbai cruise drugs case on Friday.
Mumbai cruise drugs case: Aryan Khan (C), Arbaaz Merchant (R) and Munmun Dhamecha were granted bail on Thursday. (File photo)
Superstar Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan and two other accused in the Mumbai cruise drugs case are set to walk out of jail even as the Bombay High Court released a detailed bail order in the case on Friday.
Aryan Khan, Arbaaz Merchant and Munmun Dhamecha were granted bail on Thursday after they served three weeks at Mumbai’s Arthur Road jail. All three were arrested by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) on October 3, a day after raids were conducted on a cruise ship off the Mumbai coast.
Aryan Khan was earlier placed under NCB custody and later shifted to Mumbai’s Arthur Road on October 8. His bail application was earlier rejected by both the magistrate court and the special NDPS court. However, on Thursday, the Bombay High Court granted him bail, placing forth several conditions. The jail authorities will now take around 45 minutes to 1 hour to complete the formalities.
In the detailed bail order, the Bombay High court ruled that “each of the applicants will execute a personal bond of Rs 1 lakh with one or more surety of the like amount.”
Here are 14 conditions placed before Aryan Khan and the other accused:
Applicant shall not indulge in similar offence
Applicant shall not try to establish communication with co-accused
Applicant shall not leave country without prior permission of NDPS court
Applicant shall not make any statement to social media or media about proceedings
Applicant cannot leave Mumbai without informing investigating officer
Applicant shall attend the NCB office between 11 to 2 pm every Friday to mark presence
Applicant shall attend court on all dates unless prevented by any reasonable cause
Applicant shall go to the NCB office as and when called once trial begins, should not delay the trial
If any of these are violated then NCB can straight away apply for cancelling of bail in NDPS court
Applicant shall surrender passport to Special NDPS court
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