Aryan Khan case: Arbaaz Merchant’s father, Aslam Merchant, says his son is relieved that the NCB indictment contains no serious allegations against him – Exclusive! | Hindi Movie News



Aryan Khan received a clear note from the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB), but his friend and co-defendant Arbaaz Merchant was charged with possession of small amounts of narcotics. ETimes reached out to Arbaaz’s father, Aslam Merchant, to record his reaction to the same. Aslam, who is also a lawyer, remarked: “Half the battle is won and the other half remains. The point is that they wanted to make a mountain out of a molehill. They wanted to make a big deal out of it, but by the grace of the Almighty, the deal became small.

Aslam maintained that the charges against her son are not alarming. He explained, “The small amount is a consumption amount, and fortunately the charge in the billing sheet is for a small amount. In the past, celebrities like Bharti Singh have gotten away with 80 and 100 grams. His case was settled in Kila court itself, even this case should have been settled in Kila court. But here, because Aryan was involved, the matter got out of hand. Now, once the media attention and glare subsides, judges can also focus on delivering the right verdict.

He is convinced that his son will be released from the case, soon too. He said, “Arbaaz will come out of this case very soon because the billing sheet itself suggested a consumption amount. When the BCN alleged the conspiracy, they clubbed the entire team of defendants. But now it’s clear there was no one but Arbaaz and Aryan together. If it was just these two boys, they didn’t conspire with anyone. This repels the conspiracy theory. It is also said that neither Arbaaz nor Aryan had contact with peddlers.

One of the main conditions of Arbaaz and Aryan Khan’s bail was that the two best friends could not meet again until the investigation was underway. Aslam revealed, “Now that the bail conditions are over, Arbaaz and Aryan can meet each other if they wish. The bail conditions were valid for 6 months, but they extended the conditions for 2 months because they had to file the indictment by May 30. Fortunately, no serious allegations were brought against Arbaaz.

Finally, he also revealed that his son and his entire family are happy with the developments. He said: “Arbaaz feels relieved. There was a sigh of relief in the family. Monday is Arbaaz’s birthday and it’s the perfect gift for that special occasion.


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