As SRK son Aryan Khan is all set to walk free, Bombay High Court has issued 14 conditions for bail. The 23-year-old will be able to walk free only if he and his legal representatives agree to the fourteen conditions. While some of the conditions are basic – not leaving country without prior information, others are more specific to the drugs-on-cruise case.

On October 27, Aryan Khan and 3 other co-accused were finally grated a bail by the Bombay High Court. Aryan Khan spent as many as 25 days in jail, first in NCB’s custody and then in judicial custody. In the last two weeks, Khan’s case was being argued by the former Indian solicitor general and a single judge bench granted the bail yesterday.

Background

Much to the delight of the fans of Shahurkh Khan, a new ray of hope emerged for his son in the drugs-on-cruise case recently. After spending several nights in the Arthur Road Jail, Aryan is set to walk-free as he’s granted a bail in the case.

Earlier, the NCB fell short on the case and couldn’t prove that Aryan Khan was part of a larger conspiracy involving drug trafficking. Meanwhile, Aryan’s defence argued that since there was no possession made from Khan, he must be granted the bail. Further, the chats that surfaced also didn’t hold significant weight in the matter.

Meanwhile, trouble is brewing for NCB Zonal Director, who was the initial investigation officer in the matter. He is now facing the probe in his own involvement in prior such cases.


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The Facts of the Matter

Bollywood actor Shahrukh Khan’s son Aryan is all set to walk free along with 2 other co-accused. According to reports, the Bombay HC has said that with a personal bond of Rs. 1 lakh or two sureties of the similar amount, the star-kid’s lawyers can lead him to the provisional freedom a bail promise.

What Will be Procedure for Aryan’s Release?

The Bombay High Court’s Justice NW Sambre issued a 5-page condition notice on October 29. According to the procedure, the copy of the notice will be first taken by Khan’s lawyers to the special court that hears the NDPS Act cases.

Along with taking the notice, the advocates will also submit all the requisite documents and personal bond amount. After the court verifies the same, a release paper will be issued. This release paper will reach Arthur Road where Aryan is currently lodged.


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Conditions for Aryan’s Release

Subsequent to final verifications, Aryan Khan will be released. However, it’s important to take a look at the bail conditions signed by Justice Sambre.

1) The first condition is simple enough and says that, “Applicants/Accused shall not indulge in any activity similar to the activities on the basis of which the said CR stands registered against them for offences under the NDPS Act.”

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2) The second condition prohibits accused to establish communication with other co-accused or any other person that may be involved in the matter. Further making a call, or using any mode of communication, to a person indirectly or directly involved is prohibited.

3) The third condition states, “Applicants/Accused shall not undertake any action which is prejudicial to the proceedings before the Hon’ble Special Court (established under the NDPS Act).”

4) The fourth condition is a crucial condition which prohibits accused of personally or by any other means influence a witness or tamper the evidences.

Aryan Will Have to Surrender Passport, No Statements on Social Media

5) The fifth condition says, “Applicants/Accused shall surrender their passport before the Special Court immediately.”

6) The sixth condition prohibits Aryan from taking to social media, or print media and issue statements regarding the case.

7) The seventh condition prohibits Aryan from leaving India without permission. “Applicants/Accused shall not leave the country without prior permission from the Special Judge for NDPS at Greater Mumbai,” the condition states.


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Aryan Will Have to Go to NCB Office Each Friday

8) According to the eighth condition, if Aryan or any accused wants to leave Greater Mumbai, the investigating officer must be informed. Further, the notice also states that the accused must given an itinerary to the investigating officer, when leaving Greater Mumbai.

9) The ninth condition states, “Applicants/Accused shall attend the NCB Mumbai office on each Friday between 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. to mark their presence).”

10) Tenth condition says, “Applicants/Accused shall attend all the dates in the Court unless prevented by any reasonable cause.”

The Final Few Conditions

“Applicants/Accused shall join the investigation as and when called upon to do so before the authorities of NCB,” “Once the trial begins, the Applicants/Accused shall not in any manner try to delay the trial”, “If the Applicants/Accused violate any of these terms, NCB shall be entitled to straightaway apply to the Special  Judge/Court for cancellation of their bail,” states the last few conditions.