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Suniel Shetty seeks relief for Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan

New Delhi: Where a blame game has started against superstar Shah Rukh Khan and interior designer Gauri Khan’s son Aryan Khan after he was taken into custody by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) in a drug case on Sunday, as he turned 7. Partying with other people. A cruise ship that was bound to go from Mumbai to Goa.

Bollywood actor Suniel Shetty has stepped forward to support Aryan and urged everyone, including the media, to give the child a breather and a chance to have his say.

Sharing the video on its official Twitter page, ANI wrote, ‘When a place is raided, many people are taken into custody. We believe that a particular boy must have consumed it (drugs). Process is on. Let’s give that baby a breath. Let the real report come out: Actor Suniel Shetty on NCB raid at an alleged rave party.

The video has been shared by news agency ANI from an event, where Sunil spoke and said, ‘I would like to say that wherever raids take place, many people are caught. And we assume that this child must have consumed drugs or this child must have done it. But the proceedings are on, let’s give that child a sigh of relief.”

Adding to this, he said, “Whenever something happens in Bollywood, the media scrutinizes everything and jumps to conclusions. Give the child a chance. Let the real report come out. is a child (he is a child). It is our responsibility to take care of him.”

Shahrukh Khan’s sons Aryan Khan and Munmun Dhamecha, Nupur Sarika, Ismeet Singh, Mohk Jaswal, Vikrant Chhokar, Gomit Chopra and Arbaaz Merchant have been detained by the NCB in the drug case.

Following a tip-off, NCB Mumbai officials raided the cruise on October 2, reports PTI. During the operation, as per information, MDMA/Ecstasy, Cocaine, MD (Mephedrone) and Charas have been recovered from the accused.

A total of eight persons including two women have been arrested and their role in connection with the recovery of the said drugs is being probed. NCB Mumbai crime no. 94/21 crore in this case. Further investigation is being done.

The raid was led by NCB zonal director Sameer Wankhede on Saturday evening.

“During the operation, the suspects were searched and various medicines were recovered from them, which they had hidden in their clothes, undergarments and purses (by women), NCB officials told PTI.

The NCB official had shared that the detainees would be produced in the court later in a day after the legal formalities were completed.

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