The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) on Thursday recorded the assertion of Bollywood actor Ananya Panday after it allegedly got here throughout some WhatsApp chats throughout its investigation in opposition to Aryan Khan, son of famous person Shah Rukh Khan, in a medication case, sources mentioned.
Ananya’s actor father Chunky Panday accompanied her to the NCB workplace positioned at Ballard Estate in south Mumbai, the place they reached round 4 pm.
After recording her assertion, Ananya left the company workplace round 6.15 pm, the sources mentioned including that she is prone to be referred to as on Friday as properly.
The NCB’s Mumbai zonal unit, which is probing the cruise medicine seizure case, wherein Aryan Khan has been arrested, visited Ananya Panday’s residence in Bandra this morning and summoned her to report her assertion later within the day, they mentioned.
Ananya’s identify cropped up within the case after sure WhatsApp chats between her and Aryan Khan have been allegedly discovered within the latter’s cell phone, the sources mentioned, including that earlier within the day, the NCB officers seized her cell phone and laptop computer.
However, the NCB officers are but to make clear about her position, if any, within the case.
There was heavy deployment of police exterior the NCB workplace and a lot of media individuals have been additionally current there when the Panday father-daughter duo arrived within the afternoon.
Aryan Khan was arrested with a number of others on October 3 after the NCB raided a cruise ship off the Mumbai coast and claimed to have seized medicine, together with charas.
An NCB workforce visited Shah Rukh Khan’s residence ‘Mannat’ in suburban Bandra this afternoon for in search of from him sure materials associated to the investigation into the case, an official mentioned.
On Thursday morning, Shah Rukh Khan met Aryan on the Arthur Road jail within the metropolis,i the place the latter has been lodged following his arrest within the case.
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