Shah Rukh Khan’s Son Aryan Khan Detained In Drug Seizure Case, NCB Apprehends Seven Others

Shah Rukh Khan’s Son Aryan Khan Detained In Drug Seizure Case, NCB Apprehends Seven Others

Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan’s son, Aryan Khan, was detained on Sunday by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) over a drug seizure on a cruise ship off Mumbai coast, multiple top sources told News18.

According to the sources, Aryan Khan is currently being questioned by the agency’s sleuths.

In a development that is bound to send shockwaves through the film industry, top sources told News18 that Aryan Khan’s WhatsApp chats are being examined and he could be charged under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act, 1985, if the agency finds his involvement.

The NCB sleuths, who raided Cordelia cruise after it departed from Mumbai, seized drugs such as cocaine, hashish and MD from the alleged rave party on board the ship.

On the basis of specific information, officials of NCB Mumbai conducted a raid on Cordelia cruise, which was bound from Mumbai to Goa on 02.10.2021.

During the operation, all suspects as per the information were searched and various drugs like MDMA/ Ecstasy, Cocaine, MD (Mephedrone) and charas have been recovered.

A total of 8 persons, including 2 females, have been apprehended and their role being investigated in relation to the said recovery. NCB Mumbai has registered Crime no.

Cr 94/21 in this matter. Further investigation is underway,” NCB said in a statement on Sunday morning.

When the ship left Mumbai shortly and was to reach mid-sea, the first party began where allegedly drugs were by being consumed.

Following this, NCB officials present on the ship started conducting searches and apprehended those consuming drugs and seized the contraband. The entry fee alone for the party was in the range of Rs 1 lakh, an officer told CNN-News18.

Last week, NCB’s Mumbai and Goa teams in a joint operation had arrested Bollywood actor Arjun Rampal’s partner Gabriella Demetriades’s brother from Goa in connection with a drugs case.

The bureau also seized charas from him, according to sources. Gabriella’s brother Agisilaos Demetriades is of South African nationality and was arrested by the NCB last year, too, as part of its probe into the alleged drug use in Bollywood.

Narcotic Worth 30 Crore Seized In Uri Baramulla Area Of North Kashmir

Narcotic Worth 30 Crore Seized In Uri Baramulla Area Of North Kashmir

Baramulla, Oct 3: Joint Forces Sunday morning recovered a 30 kgs of contraband substance and busted drug module along Line of Control (LoC) in bordering town of North Kashmir’s Uri.

SSP Baramulla said in a presser “Security forces witnessed some Suspesious movement along with LOC and it was found that some contraband substance which are most likely drugs has been dumped and the drug peddlers were observing the movement along the Indian troops and run away from there and dropped their contraband at the spot.”

“This has been recovered by the troops of the Indian Army and the same has been handed over to us and the legal proceedings of the matter have been initiated.”

“Around 25-30 kg of contraband that has been recovered. The troops are alert and the movement of the troops is going on along the LOC,” he added.

Arms Consignment Dropped By Pakistan Drone Recovered In Jammu

Arms Consignment Dropped By Pakistan Drone Recovered In Jammu

Jammu, Oct 3: An arms consignment believed to have been dropped by a drone from Pakistan has been recovered by police near the International Border here, officials said on Sunday.

The recovery made from the dropped packet included an AK assault rifle, three magazines, 30 rounds and a telescope, the officials said.

They said the recovery was made from Sounjana village of Phalain Mandal, about six km from the IB, late Saturday night after a villager informed police about a humming sound and dropping of a payload by a suspected drone from Pakistan.

Police immediately cordoned off the village and launched a search operation during which a yellow packet tied to strings and a wooden base to carry the payload was found, leading to the recovery of the arms and ammunition, the officials said.

A case has been registered and efforts are on to identify the persons who were supposed to receive the consignment on the Indian side.

Drone activities from Pakistan have witnessed an alarming increase over the past one year, posing a major challenge to security forces guarding the borders.

Security forces shot down two drones and recovered a large quantity of payloads including rifles, Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs), sticky bombs and narcotics at different places over the past one year.

The security grid at the border was also intensified after the dropping of two bombs by drones at the Indian Air Force (IAF) station in Jammu in June this year.—(PTI)

Daughter-In-Law Of Moulvi Muhammad Shah Passes Away, Anjuman Nusrat-ul-Islam Condoles With Mirwaiz Family

Daughter-In-Law Of Moulvi Muhammad Shah Passes Away, Anjuman Nusrat-ul-Islam Condoles With Mirwaiz Family

Srinagar, Oct 03: The daughter-in-law of Moulvi Muhammad Shah, the former general secretary of Anjuman Nusrat-ul-Islam and the younger brother of Muhajir-e-Millat Moulvi Muhammad Yousuf Shah (RA) passed away after a brief illness at her home at Moulvi Stop in Lal Bazar area of Srinagar. The deceased was wife of late Moulvi Ghulam Mustafa.

Anjuman Nusrat-ul-Islam, in a statement, expressed deep grief and sorrow over the demise and extended heartfelt condolence with the members of the Mirwaiz Family especially the deceased’s son Moulvi Iftikhar Ahmad, Anjuman head Mirwaiz-e-Kashmir Dr Moulvi Muhammad Umar Farooq, late Moulvi Ghulam Mustafa’s brothers – Er Nisar Ahmad, Moulvi Muzaffar Ahmad and Moulvi Basharat Ahmad.

Anjuman Nusrat-ul-Islam also prayed for Jannat-ul-Firdous to the departed soul and forbearance to all the bereaved family members.

The statement reads that the funeral prayers of the deceased were offered today morning, while Mirwaiz Umar Farooq could not attend the Namaaz-e-Janazah owing to his continuous arbitrary house arrest since August 5, 2019.

It stated that no gathering for Fateha would be held in view of the COVID-19 pandemic and people are requested to pray for the departed soul and her ascension to Jannat-ul-Firdous.

Cross LoC Trade Case: NIA Conducts Searches At 9 Locations In J&K,‘Documents, Digital Devices, Other Material Recovered From Suspects’

Cross LoC Trade Case: NIA Conducts Searches At 9 Locations In J&K,‘Documents, Digital Devices, Other Material Recovered From Suspects’

Srinagar, Oct 03: National Investigation Agency (NIA) Saturday said that it conducted searches at multiple locations in J&K in connection with the Cross LoC Trade case.

In a statement, the NIA spokesman said that with the assistance of J&K Police, CRPF and ITBP, it conducted searches at 09 locations in Poonch district of UT of Jammu & Kashmir at the premises of the suspected LoC traders in relation to case no. RC-17/2016/NIA/DLI.

“The case was registered on 09.12.2016 by NIA under Section 17 of UA(P) Act, 1967. LoC Trade was started in the year 2008 as a part of confidence-building measures between J&K and PaK. The trade was based on a barter system and third party origin goods were not allowed. The instant case is related to the large scale transfer of funds from Pakistan to India through the import of California Almonds (badam-giri) and other items via the Cross LoC Trade Facilitation Centres (TFCs) located at Salamabad, Uri, District Baramulla and Chakkan-Da-Bag, District Poonch. These funds were purportedly being used for fomenting terrorism / separatism in Jammu & Kashmir,” the NIA spokesman said.

He said that investigation into the case revealed that some of the traders having excess imports were channeling the surplus profit generated to militant organizations while others are suspected to have links / connections with proscribed terrorist organizations.

“During the searches conducted today, documents, digital devices and other incriminating materials have been recovered from the premises of the suspects,” the NIA spokesman said.

SSP Kulgam Hosts Farewell Function For Outgoing Officer

SSP Kulgam Hosts Farewell Function For Outgoing Officer

Kulgam/October 03, 2021: SSP Kulgam Shri Dr G. V. Sundeep Chakravarthy-IPS hosted an impressive farewell function today at District Police Lines Kulgam for the outgoing officer Shri Sheikh Tahir Amin-JKPS on his transfer from the district.

Addl. SP Kulgam, Addl. SP NHW, DySP HQR Kulgam, SDPO Qazigund, SDPO D.H.Pora, DySP PC Kulgam, DySP PC Hatipora and many other officers attended the function.

SSP Kulgam acknowledged the contribution of the officer and appreciated his role in every sphere of Policing in the District. All officers and officials of the District conveyed their best wishes to the outgoing officer for his new Assignment.

Army Man Shoots Himself Dead In Awantipora: Officials

Army Man Shoots Himself Dead In Awantipora: Officials

Pulwama, Oct 03: An army man on Sunday shot himself dead with his service rifle in Rajpora area of Awantipora in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district, officials said here.

Official sources told that the army man posted at 42 RR camp of Rajpora died on the spot after he shot himself with his service rifle.

They, however, said the reason behind him taking this extreme step was not immediately known.

Confirming the incident, a police officer said a case has been registered and further investigation was underway in this regard.kno