Aryan Khan gets clean chit in drugs case_ANI
Dropping the drugs charges against Bollywood actor Shahrukh Khan's son Aryan Khan on Friday, the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB), SN Pradhan said WhatsApp chats without physical evidence hold "no value".
He said that a person can talk about anything on WhatsApp, but without physical existence, it's not complete evidence.
"There should be physical corroboration of WhatsApp chat. Courts have clarified that WhatsApp chat, in itself, holds no value. You can talk about anything on WhatsApp but if not corroborated with physical evidence, it's not complete evidence," the NCB head told media persons.
The NCB chief further clarified that there should be beyond a reasonable doubt, that the officials did not find.
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