Alka Verma –

Published On: October 29, 2021 at 19:25 IST

On Thursday, the Bombay High Court approved the Bail Application of Aryan Khan, Arbaaz Merchant and Munmun Dhamecha.

The Single Judge Bench of the Bombay High Court gave the Bail to all three of them in a Cruise Rave Party Case.

Today, Justice NW Sambre, who was hearing the case, issued a detailed Bail Order which also includes certain conditions.

The conditions stated in the order are going to apply to Aryan Khan, Arbaaz Merchant, and Munmun Dhamecha.

The conditions which are stated by the Court are as follow:

  • The Court has asked all the Bail Applicants to deposit a P. R. Bond of Rs. 1 lakh with one or more sureties in the like amount.
  • The Court has ordered the Bail Applicants to not engage in any similar activities that could amount to their arrest.
  • The Court has ordered all the Bail Applicants not to establish any communication with co-accused or any other person involved directly or indirectly in similar activities.
  • The High Court has warned all three of them to do not try to influence witnesses or tamper with the evidence, neither personally nor through anyone else.
  • They have also been asked to submit their passports to the Special Court immediately.
  • The Court has also refrained the three of them to make any statement in Media.
  • Bail Applicants are also advised to refrain from leaving the country without prior permission from the Special Judge for NDPS at Greater Mumbai.
  • The Court has also asked three of them to attend the NCB Mumbai office each Friday between 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. to mark their presence.
  • All three of them have been asked to join the investigation as and when called upon to do so by the authorities of NCB.

Apart from these, the Court also warned them to not try to detail the Trials when they begin and has also stated that violation of any of these terms will amount to direct cancellation of their Bail.

All three of them were arrested in connection with the cruise rave party where drugs were seized and were booked under Sections 8 (c), 20, 27, and 35 of the Narcotics Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985.

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