Ajaz Khan forged prescriptions for drug trafficking in boys and girls, refused bail



The NDPS court dismissed the abusive actor Ajaz Khan’s bail, but found the actor posed a threat to society. According to a report by TOI, the court found with certainty that the actor was counterfeiting recipes for delivering contraband to young girls and boys on his wife’s behalf.

Ajaz Khan Counterfeit Recipes for Drug Trafficking: NDPS Court

The court found that in the prescription of January 16, 2020, instead of the tablet volume in milligrams, only the number of doses was written. The prescription called for 20 doses, but the weight of the drug, which is mandatory on every doctor’s prescription, was not included in the actor being given to court. The court said no doctor would ever prescribe medication without mentioning weight [maybe in grams (g), milligrams (mg), or micrograms (mcg)] in the doctor’s prescription. The court added that even the handwriting in either recipe does not indicate that it was written by a doctor.

It found that Ajaz’s wife’s prescriptions were from December 2020 and January 2021, 31 Alprozol tablets were recovered from his home in March and April 2021.

“In my opinion, it doesn’t even need to be proven that these recipes are fake and made up,” the court said.

At this point it should be noted that Khan had pleaded innocence and stated that only 4 sleeping pills were found in his home and that these were used by his wife as antidepressants after a miscarriage.

“Bailing the actor would send bad news to society,” the court said

The court criticized Ajaz Khan for drug exploitation of young children, saying that bailing the actor would give the wrong priority in society. “Giving bail to such a person would mean bringing the accused’s illegal act and improper conduct to the fore, which will ultimately send a bad message to the law-abiding society,” the court said.

Citing the testimony of a doctor from Ahmedabad who refused to write false prescriptions for the accused actor, the court found that the witness’s testimony clearly stated who Khan is and what position he is in life. The NDPS court showed no mercy when hearing the actor’s bail demand, and promoted this law and process which only helps those who approach with clean hands rather than those who would strive to get a cheap order .

NCB arrests actor Ajaz Khan

Foul actor Ajaz Khan was arrested by the NCB on March 30, 2021 in connection with its investigation into the Bollywood drug nexus case. The NCB had also reportedly raided various locations related to the actor. The authorities said they had found alprazolam tablets from his home during searches in the Andheri and Lokhandwala districts.

He is accused of being a member of the Shadab Batata gang. The 4.5 gram Alprozol tablets were found accidentally during his house search, but he is being arrested mainly because of his connection to the Batata Gang, the NCB said.

The NCB officials also alleged that Ajaz Khan was part of the syndicate of drug dealer Shadab Farooque Shaikh aka Shadab Batata. Shaikh was arrested a week earlier and seized over two kilograms of the banned mephedrone drug. Khan was arrested following the Batata revelations.

The actor had taunted Arnab Goswami for his Bollywood drug nexus coverage

Ironically, Ajaz Khan had ridiculed Republic TV editor-in-chief Arnab Goswami for reporting the same case. The actor had ridiculed the journalist for his “Drug Do” clip, which had gone viral on the Internet.

Bollywood actor who voted “Quran over Constitution” arrested earlier

Ajaz Khan has also been arrested in the past. In April 2020, Bollywood actor and hate driver Ajaz Khan was reportedly arrested by Mumbai police over the collective remarks he recently made on a Facebook live video. In 2016 he was arrested for sending obscene photos and suggestive texts to a hairdresser. He was later released on bail.

Ajaz Khan has also tweeted in the past that he would prefer the Quran to the constitution. Interestingly, he received a lot of support from political figures like Hardik Patel and leaders of the Aam Aadmi party and even from people from Pakistan who followed his tweet.

We have reported in the past how Ajaz Khan also used Facebook to spread ideas that could be labeled as hate speech and an attempt to harm harmony in the community.



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