The NCB on Saturday summoned Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan's driver in a case related to the recovery of drugs on a Goa-bound cruise ship that has led to the arrest of 18 people, including the A-lister's son Aryan Khan.
The NCB recorded the statement of the driver who drove Aryan and his friends to the cruise ship that started its journey from Mumbai, said a ndtv.com report.
Aryan was arrested last Saturday by the anti-drugs agency as it raided a cruise ship and found narcotic drugs. He was on Friday sent to the Arthur Road jail.
Along with him, five other men arrested in the case too were sent to the same jail, while two women accused including Munmun Dhamecha were sent to Byculla women's prison, a police official said.
They are likely to spend the weekend in quarantine cells of the two prisons as the Sessions Court, where they will need to file appeal for bail, would not be working on October 9 which is the second Saturday of the month, police sources said.
They would not get any special treatment inside the prison, sources said.
On Thursday, the metropolitan magistrate had sent eight accused including Aryan (23) in 14-day judicial custody after their NCB remand ended.
Khan and others were brought to the prison after 2.30 pm, officials said.