Former Actress And Parliamentarian Ramya Spandana Comes Out In Support Of Shah Rukh Khan’s Son Aryan Khan, Questions The Investigation By NCB

Ramya Spandana said that more answers need to be sought regarding the probe and the reasons behind the arrests of the youngsters, especially Aryan Khan.

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Former Actress And Parliamentarian Ramya Spandana Comes Out In Support Of Shah Rukh Khan’s Son Aryan Khan, Questions The Investigation By NCB
Former actress and parliamentarian Ramya Spandana has always been vocal about social issues. She often pens her thoughts on the matters that are in debate and fearlessly shares her opinions. Ramya has now shared her thoughts over the ongoing probe against Shah Rukh Khan's son Aryan Khan. She has questioned the ongoing investigation by the NCB in the Mumbai cruise drug bust case.

Ramya shared that there need to be more answers sought regarding the probe and the reasons behind the arrests of the youngsters, especially Aryan Khan.

She wrote, "The NCB says the organisers were unapprochable therefore we need the custody of the consumers - please not NCB has not specified any possession or consumption by Aryan Khan and yet he is in their custody. The NCB know the organisers, the NCB can easily get a warrant and take them into questioning, why hasn't that been done yet?”

She added, “WhatsApp chats are not admissable in court as proof - and the so called 'confession' doing the rounds is not true because whatever is said to the NCB during the questioning cannot be disclosed. Would the so called upright officers do that? Don't think so right? They love to put out gossip like 'Deepika Padukone broke down multiple times', 'Aryan Khan cried inconsably' just out of sheer sadism. During questioning other than the officer no one else is around so how does this go out to the media? Answers must be sought. (sic)"

Ramya Spandana made her acting debut in the 2003 Kannada-language film Abhi. She is the recipient of two Filmfare Awards South, an Udaya Award, and a Karnataka State Film Award.

SRK's son was among the three arrested by the NCB after a raid at a rave party on a cruise ship off the coast of Mumbai, on Saturday night. A Mumbai court on Monday denied the bail petition of Aryan Khan and two others opposing extension of Narcotics Control Bureau's custody and sent them in remand till October 7, multiple reports - from Indian Express, India Today and The Times Of India - said. 

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