Aryan Khan gets clean chit by NCB: Ram Gopal Verma takes a dig at the agency in his latest tweet
Superstar Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan recently got a clean chit by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) in the alleged drug case for which he was arrested last year in October. Now, director Ram Gopal Verma has taken to his social media handle to take a dig at the agency.
Superstar Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan recently got a clean chit by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) in the alleged drug case for which he was arrested last year in October. Now, director Ram Gopal Verma has taken to his social media handle to take a dig at the agency. The filmmaker stated in his tweet that this incident has exposed the agency because Aryan is a famous actor’s son.
Talking about the same, Ram Gopal Verma tweeted, “The only good thing which came about in #AryanKhan case is him being a celebrity @iamsrk‘s son, it helped in vastly exposing the inefficiency and recklessness of various agencies subjecting innocent people to harassment which otherwise the common people can’t and won’t know of.” Take a look at his post.
Talking about the latest development in the case, the NCB gave the clean chit to Aryan Khan due to the lack of evidence against him. Aryan’s lawyer Mukul Rohatgi had also stated that he is happy that the NCB has accepted their mistake. Speaking to NDTV about the same, Aryan Khan’s lawyer Mukul Rohatgi said, “I'm relieved, and so must my clients be, including Shah Rukh Khan. The truth has prevailed. Ultimately, there was no material to charge this young man (Aryan Khan) or arrest him. He was not found with any drugs and I had clearly indicated to the court that the arrest was completely meaningless."
The lawyer furthermore said that the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) has acted professionally in this scenario. He stated, “I'm happy that the NCB has acted professionally. At least at the time of filing the charge sheet, admitting and realizing that there was no reason to proceed against this young man. They have admitted their mistake." Mukul Rohatgi further said that the ‘dark chapter’ and the anxiety that it had caused Aryan Khan and his family must be forgotten now and that people should look forward to a bright future.