The mobile phones of Aryan Khan and the other accused have been sent for forensic examination to a laboratory in Gandhi Nagar, states a report on India Today. This comes after the NCB claimed before the city court that “shocking and incriminating” evidence was recovered in the WhatsApp chats of the accused that showed links to international drug trafficking.
In recent reports, the narcotics agency even claimed that Aryan discussed modes of payment for procurement of drugs and that they used several ‘code names’.
Reports further state that Khan has been provided with science books that he had requested.
According to the developments on the case, 6 more people, including four from the Delhi event management company Namas’cray Experience Pvt Ltd have been taken into custody by the NCB. The total number of arrests in the case has now gone up to 16.
In a statement to ANI, NCB zonal director Sameer Wankhede said, “Today we arrested four more people. They had organised this party. The NCB will seek their custody from the court… A total of 16 arrests have been made, the probe is still on.”