Every youtuber, Islamist and news anchor has suddenly become expert on law ever since Movie Star of bygone era, Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan has been arrested by Narcotics Control Bureau. The Government of Maharashtra or rather Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) has come out openly in support of Aryan Khan. Maharashtra Police is shadowing the head of NCB and he had to complain to the Director General of Police, Maharashtra.
If you scroll back or search for tag ‘Dalda’ you will know that this was on drugs had started last year and due notice was given to movie stars by summoning them to the office of NCB for interrogation. It was a good subtle way of warning. It appears that Shah Rukh Khan or his son or both did not get the message.
Returning back to the legal aspect, Narcotics Act require a special conditions for release of an accused on bail. The judge has to be satisfied about two additional conditions. Read the following section 37 of NDPS Act:
It is very rare to find the government in a state acting in a manner which seems to be aligned with the drug mafia. But it is all too apparent in Maharashtra.
Many months ago I had pointed out that a war had broken out in Maharashtra between the central government and the drug lord named as DALDA in a fictional work. According to this fictional work the dalda is also a prominent politician. I’m not sure if this politician is from Maharashtra but the DALDA has tremendous influence over the Government of Maharashtra. Look at the recent sequence of events.
Bombay High Court has granted bail to Rhea Chakraborty. The arguments in the matter were heard over seven days ago and now judgement is pronounced granting bail to her. There is a problem in the order.
Right to liberty is absolute:
As per the constitution, the right to liberty is absolute subject only to restrictions by a valid law. In this case the court took over seven days to decide, if Rhea Chakraborty was entitled to be free. Is that reasonable?
Justice delayed is justice denied:
I had pointed out that the requirement for bail under NDPS Act is very strict and it is almost a mini verdict on innocence. Section 37 of NDPS Act requires that the court must be satisfied that there are reasonable grounds for believing that s/he is not guilty of such offence. Now the judge has granted bail we have to assume that there was nothing on record to link her with the offence. We can not go into merits of the judgement. The reasons why Rhea should not be granted bail are already discussed here and I am surprised by the order which I have not read as yet.
Justice Sarang Vijaykumar Kotwal of Bombay High Court has delivered the verdict after deliberating for seven days. Here is the problem.
MDMA (Methylenedioxymethamphetamine) is the drug of choice for bollywood parties. We know it for certain. Do you know why?
Methylenedioxymethamphetamine is a ring-substituted amphetamine derivative, structurally related to the hallucinogen mescaline, with entactogenic, neurotoxic, and motor-stimulatory activities.
The English translation of above jargon is that in right and pleasent environment it enhances experience. A silly joke after MDMA will sound hilarious.
The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB), which started probing drug angle in Sushant Singh Rajput case, has started questioning several others dealers after getting crucial information from ‘Riya’ and ‘Guppy’. Many links related to the case are now seen connecting.
A hectic last week:
The Narcotics Control Bureau on Thursday arrested another drug peddler in the raid. NCB has got about 1 kg of drugs from the house of this paddler named Rahil Vishram, which is worth 3 to 4 crores in the market. Apart from this, NCB has received Rs 4.5 lakh cash from Rahil’s house. According to the information, direct links have been found with Rahil’s Bollywood celebrities.