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Aryan Khan Latest News: NCB arrests Aryan Khan under NDPS Act, Know How Much Punishment Is Given?

Aryan Khan Latest News: A rave party on a cruise was busted by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) in Mumbai. NCB was arrested Aryan Khan, the son of Bollywood actor Shahrukh Khan son, during the raid at this rave party. Along with him, seven more persons have been arrested on narcotics allegations. They’re all on NCB remand for one day, and the case will be heard at 2.30 p.m. today.

Aryan Khan arrested by NCB at rave party on cruise –

Officials from the NCB had gotten word that a rave party would be staged aboard the ship. Following that, they have recovered several intoxicants in raids there, including cocaine, MDMA, mephedrone, and charas. Explain that the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act (NDPS) was utilised to arrest all of the suspects.

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What is NDPS Act.?

The Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act (NDPS) was signed into law in 1985. It’s made to keep you from being drunken with something. Then there’s the question of whether it’s drug production or storage, or drug sale and transportation. Activities using intoxicants are prohibited under this act.

The severity of the sentence is determined by the amount of narcotics seized. Explain that the Narcotics Control Bureau was founded under the Sangh one year after this Act was introduced.

This crime can be punishable with death

Let us also remind you that, under Section 31A of this Act, the death penalty is the utmost penalty that can be imposed. However, under the Act, this sentence is only applicable if a person is proven guilty of dealing in commercial quantities of drugs.

How to get bail ? Aryan Khan

Bail can only be granted if the person has simply ingested forbidden drugs or narcotics and has not been found to be involved in any illegal drug or narcotics activity. However, the accused must also sign a bond in order to do so. Explain that this statute, which was enacted in 1985, has been amended three times since then: in 1989, 2001, and 2014.

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