Mumbai/Bhubaneswar: Aryan Khan, son of Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan, who was arrested in a drugs case, has been granted bail by the Bombay High Court.
Though Aryan is all set to walk out of the Arthur Road Jail in Mumbai, he cannot leave the country without the permission of NDPS Court, as per the conditions set by the HC.
“Accused shall not leave the country without prior permission from the Special Judge for NDPS at Greater Mumbai,” the High Court said.
He has also been asked by the High Court to attend NCB office, Mumbai every Friday. “Accused shall attend the NCB Mumbai office on each Friday between 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. to mark his presence,” the HC said.
Below are other conditions of the bail.
* Accused shall not indulge in any activity similar to the activities on the basis of which the said CR stands registered against him for offences under the NDPS Act.
* Accused shall not try to establish communication with co-accused or any other person involved directly or indirectly in similar activities or make any call to any person indulging in similar activities as alleged against him, through any mode of communication.
* Accused shall not undertake any action which is prejudicial to the proceedings before the Hon’ble Special Court (established under the NDPS Act).
* Accused neither personally or through anyone make any attempt to influence witnesses nor tamper with the evidence.
* Accused shall surrender his passport before the Special Court immediately.
* Accused shall not make any statement regarding the aforesaid proceedings pending before the Special Court in any form of media i.e. print media, electronic media etc. including social media.
* If the accused has to go out of Greater Mumbai, he shall inform the Investigating Officer; and shall give his itinerary to the Investigating Officer.
* Accused shall attend all the dates in the Court unless prevented by any reasonable cause.
* Accused shall join the investigation as and when called upon to do so before the authorities of NCB.
* Once the trial begins, the accused shall not in any manner try to delay the trial.