Aryan Khan Drug Case: NCB Suspects Illegal Phone Tapping After Nawab Malik Releases Leaked Conversations

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Right from the day Aryan Khan was arrested in the drug case, NCP leader Nawab Malik continues to give surprises after making allegations against different people related directly or indirectly in the case.

He’s been saying that Aryan Khan case is actually a case of ransom and not a drug case which is being falsely propagated. This time, he brings a leaked phone call between Sam D’Souza and NCB official VV Singh.

After making the related phone call public, NCB (Narcotics Control Bureau) suspects that this might be a case of illegal phone tapping that also needs to be investigated.

As per a report published in IndiaToday.In, the agency suspects that its officers’ phone was tapped after it took an action on Shreyas Kenjale in June this year. Shreyas is the son of a retired Mumbai Police ACP.

In the same way, the agency also suspects that Sam D’Souza has leaked the conversation he had with its officer VV Singh.

NCB has taken a note regarding the above and the matter has already been put before the senior NCB officials for their next move.

An NCB source clarified that two calls were received by an NCB official from Dubai right after Nawab Malik’s press conference.

The name of D’Souza’s first came into the limelight in connection with all such allegations regarding the ransom money involving Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan.

It all happened when Nawab Malik took to his Twitter account to shared the leaked conversation between NCB officer VV Singh and Sam D’Souza. Malik says that VV Singh had called D’Souza in June 2021 for an interrogation. At that time, he had also warned him about changing his phone handset.



The entire story started on October 3 when NCB had arrested Aryan Khan along with Arbaaz Merchant and Munmun Dhamecha from a cruise ship that was ready to leave Goa from Mumbai. NCB team had raided the ship after a rave party was organized.

After NCB arrested Aryan Khan and others, they had to spend 22 days in jail. Currently, all of them are on bail after Bombay High Court’s order.


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