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After Aryan Khan, Arbaz Merchant, Munmun Dhamecha Released From Jail

| Updated: October 31, 2021 15:58

While many celebrated Aryan Khan’s release on October 30, 2021, his friend Arbaz Merchant and Munmun Dhamecha had spend the night in jail. However, in the latest update, Arbaz Merchant has also been released from Arthur Road Jail in Mumbai. Earlier today, Munmun Dhamecha was also released. The trio was granted bail together after getting arrested on October 2 during the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) drug raid on a cruise off the Mumbai coast.

After the release, Dhamecha’s advocate Ali Kaashif Khan spoke to the media and said that all the legal formalities are completed. And now they are seeking permission from the NCB to allow her to go to Madhya Pradesh as she hails from there.

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The Bombay High Court in the detailed bail order for the trio had asked them to appear before the NCB’s Mumbai office every Friday between 11:00 am to 2:00 pm to mark their presence. They are currently not allowed to leave Greater Mumbai without permission. And if they have to, they must inform the police and present them with their itinerary.

After the trio was granted bail, Arbaz’s father Aslam Merchant spoke to the media and said that they have been waiting for 34,569 minutes for his son to come out of jail.

“My wife was counting minutes not days. These children have been traumatized,” said Aslam.

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