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Who is Mukul Rohatgi? The man who will argue for Aryan Khan's bail in Bombay High Court

DNA Tuesday, 26 October 2021
In the high-profile Aryan Khan alleged drug case, former Attorney General of India, Mukul Rohatgi is appearing for his bail plea scheduled to come up before the Bombay High Court today. Rohatgi landed in Mumbai late Monday to appear before the Bombay High Court for Aryan Khan in his bail hearing.
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