- Dope party on the boat.
- The arrests of Aryan Khan and others were recorded.
- Extensive raids continue in Mumbai.
The NCB said it had seized illicit drugs such as cocaine, hashish and MDMA from the ship. The Cordila Cruise, a luxury yacht that was inaugurated two weeks ago, was inspected. The ship was carrying Indian national tourists to Indian cities. The main attraction of this trip are the parties that take place in the middle of the sea. Prohibited drugs were used for this trip. The party started when the ship left the Mumbai coast and reached the Mediterranean, which is connected to the Mumbai coast.
According to NCB sources, one person was charged Rs 80,000 for a two-day trip on a boat. The ship has 762 campsites on 11 decks. The ship had all the luxury amenities such as a swimming pool, three restaurants, five bars, a gym, a spa, a theater, a casino, a nightclub, DJ parties and a shopping center. According to media reports, the ship reached the coast of Kochi on September 22. Upon arrival in Kochi, the Cordila Cruise had a capacity of 1,200 passengers.
Of the 11 people detained along with Aryan Khan, three were reportedly women. The NCB had confirmed that Aryan’s close friend Arbas Merchant had questioned former actress and model Dhamacha, Nupur Sariga, Ismeet Singh, Mohaq Jaswal, Vikrant Choker and Gomit Chopra in connection with the case. This was followed by the arrests of Aryan Khan, Arbas Merchant and Munmun. An investigation has been launched to find those who supplied them with drugs. As part of this, Navi also stepped up the raids in Mumbai.
It was learned that officers are inspecting the ship. The investigation team said that several rooms had been inspected, but that more time was needed as detailed inspections were needed. The party was reportedly scheduled to take place on the ship from October 2-4. The event was called a musical event and tickets were issued. In this way, more than 100 tickets were sold. There are unconfirmed reports that the event was planned by Fashion TV in association with a Delhi-based company.
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