In a statement given to our partner ETimes, the source revealed, “Aryan Khan may not appear at the NCB office on Sunday due to health reasons. Those in the know have revealed that Aryan Khan may appear before the SIT on Monday for further questioning and investigation.
Special NCB team reaches Mumbai, will investigate 6 cases including Aryan
Reports said that co-accused Arbaaz Merchant may also be called to record his statement. Keeping in mind his bail agreement, Aryan Khan had reached the NCB office on Friday to mark his presence.
The SIT is also expected to record the statement of Sameer Khan, son-in-law of Maharashtra minister Nawab Malik, who was arrested by the NCB in January this year and recently released on bail. The report further said that the SIT has started recording the statements of the people involved in the 6 cases.
The NCB issued a statement on Friday announcing that the SIT has taken up matters of national and international ramifications to conduct a thorough investigation to unearth the back and forth links. The statement also said that no officer or officers have been removed from their current roles and until a specific order to the contrary is issued, they will continue to assist in the Operations Branch investigation as required.
Aryan Khan reached NCB office to attend after bail
It is noteworthy that NCB zonal director Sameer Wankhede was investigating the drugs case related to Aryan Khan. Now the investigation of this case has been handed over to the SIT. On this Sameer Wankhede told ANI, ‘I have not been removed from the investigation. My writ petition in the court was that the investigation of the case should be done by some central agency. Therefore, the SIT of Delhi NCB is investigating the Aryan case and Sameer Khan case. This is a coordination between the NCB teams of Delhi and Mumbai.