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Sangati Jogwar

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  • NCB sources have said that Ananya Panday and Aryan Khan discussed drugs in their chats.
  • The two discussed narcotic substances on chat on more than one occasion.

There has been a new development in the drug case related to Aryan Khan. Ananya Panday was yesterday summoned by the NCB for questioning after her name surfaced in one of the Whatsapp chats of Aryan. Now the details of this chat have come out.

According to DNA India, the NCB sources have said that the chat between Aryan and Ananya reveals that the two are talking about ganja. In the chat, Aryan Khan is asking Ananya if ganja can be arranged and the young Bollywood actress then replied that she will arrange for it. The NCB has said that during questioning when Ananya was asked about this particular conversation with Aryan, the actress said that she was just joking.

But that is not the only chat that has the two discussing drugs. The report says that there are several other chats in which both Aryan and Ananya have been found to be discussing the narcotics substances on various occasions. That is the reason why the Khaali Peeli actress was summoned for questioning yesterday and her house was also raided by NCB. The officials also reportedly took her electronic devices like mobile and laptop in their custody.

It seems NCB is not satisfied with the replies given by Ananya Panday yesterday which is why she has been asked to appear before the bureau once again today. Ananya and Aryan’s sister Suhana Khan are very good friends and almost grew up together. Their girl gang also includes Shanya Kapoor and Amitabh Bachchan’s granddaughter Navya Naveli Nanda.

Aryan Khan was arrested at the start of this month in case of a rave party on a Mumbai cruise . Shah Rukh Khan has employed the topmost advocates-Satish Maneshinde and Amit Desai to handle the case of his son but even then they have not been able to get bail for Aryan. While the Mumbai Sessions Court has extended his custody till October 30, the Bombay High Court will hear his bail plea on October 26.

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