Khan has cited difficulties faced by him due to the huge media presence every time when he marks his presence at the NCB office
The court said that perusal of the WhatsApp chats extracted from the phone of Aryan Khan shows that nothing objectionable was noticed to suggest that accused hatched a conspiracy.
Sail, who has claimed to have heard about a pay-off deal to let off Aryan, actor Shah Rukh Khan's son, in the case, was quizzed by the NCB's vigilance team earlier.
Dhamecha has requested the high court to permit her to attend the NCB office in Delhi, where she stays, instead of Mumbai.
Sail, who claims to be the bodyguard of NCB witness K P Gosavi, had last month claimed in an affidavit that he had heard Gosavi discussing a pay-off deal after Aryan Khan was arrested by the NCB.
Wankhede rubbished the claim, adding there will now be coordination between Mumbai and Delhi NCB teams in these cases.
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Devendra Fadnavis, however, said Nawab Malik's tweet reflected his mentality and claimed that he will burst a bomb after Diwali by making revelations about the minister's underworld links.
The Bombay HC had on Thursday granted bail to her along with co-accused Aryan Khan, the son of actor Shah Rukh Khan, and Arbaaz Merchant.
A copy of the five-page operative order was signed by Justice N W Sambre on Friday afternoon which would help Aryan Khan's advocates to secure his release by evening.
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Kamble said Sail’s recent interview with the media-inspired him to speak up and “reveal the truth”.
The team already has Amit Desai, Senior Advocate, Satish Manshinde, Senior Advocate, Anandini Fernandes, along with Advocate Rustom Mulla, Desai Desai Carrimjee & Mulla.
Sail visited the Mumbai police commissioner's office in the morning and met Joint Commissioner of Police (crime) Milind Bharambhe, an official said.
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As per the NCB and its zonal director, the allegations made by Sail were only an attempt to create hurdles and scuttle the investigation into the case.
The NCB official said he was pained by the nature of personal defamatory and slanderous attacks by the minister without any justification.
Asked if Wankhede will continue to probe the cruise case till this inquiry goes on, Gyaneshwar Singh, the NCB deputy director general (DDG) said