Armaan Kohli Won’t Be Getting Bail As Court Finds Strong Evidence Of Drugs’ Trafficking & Foreign Connection In Supply

Armaan Kohli’s bail plea has been turned down once again – here’s why (Photo Credits – Instagram)

Armaan Kohli, who was arrested by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) in August 2021 and is lodged in Arthur Road Jail, has reportedly been denied bail once again. For those who don’t know, last year the Juhu house of Bigg Boss 7 fame was raided and a small quantity of drugs – i.e. 1.2 grams of cocaine, was allegedly confiscated from there.

As per the latest report, the actor had applied for bail once again recently, but was rejected by the NDPS (Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances) court. Read on to know the reasons for sharing the same.

As per a recent report in ETimes, an NCB source spoke about Armaan Kohlibail application is being rejected and what is the reason for it. The source revealed that the agency has found strong evidence of drug financing and smuggling against Armaan. The source was quoted as saying, “One of the main reasons for Armaan not getting bail is that there is strong evidence of drug financing and smuggling. The authorities have also found a foreign link in the supply of drugs in connection with his case.”

This is not the first time that Armaan Kohli has applied Bail, The Dushman Zamana actor had approached a special court in September last year after his bail plea was rejected by a magistrate. He had applied for bail on the ground that only a small quantity of drugs were allegedly recovered from his house and thus he was entitled to bail. However, Special Public Prosecutor Advait Sethna opposed the application, claiming that Armaan had direct links with the two main accused in the case, from whom a “commercial quantity” of the banned substance was recovered.

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