He raises the issue of CCTV footage of the cruise terminal where Aryan and his friend Arbaaz Merchant They were arrested. He says: “Why does the NCB feel the need to take over CCTV footage from cruise terminals? The truth will be revealed through these CCTV recordings at the cruise terminal, as well as on the cruise ship itself. “Merchant also feels that the political faces helping the NCB during the raids raise red flags. He says:” The presence of political people in the search group also raises questions about the authenticity and sincerity of the whole case. ”
The Additional Attorney General (ASG) Anil C Singh, during recent court proceedings has cited the case of Rhea Chakraborty to establish that NDPS offenses are not subject to bail. Commenting on the veracity of these claims, Merchant says: “In the case of Rhea Chakraborty et al., The NCB initially made a statement that they had disclosed bail offenses and that only 2 days are required for some investigations. Thereafter, they submitted their responses to bail requests filed in court. Immediately after 2 days, they appeared in court claiming that it is a financing case and that section 27A of the NDPS Act has been applied, which makes the crime not liable to bail. “Merchant explains that it is being using the same chronology in the Aryan Khan case. He says: “This is precisely what they have done in the Aryan case as well. First, they claimed it is a bail-liable offense, then they revealed the WhatsApp chats, etc., and they affirmed that it is a case of international extortion and, therefore, the crime has become non-bail “.
Finally, Merchant expresses his disappointment, saying: “These rogue tricks belittle the reputation of a main agency of the Central Government, which was formed essentially to attack drug dealers and drug dealers.”
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