The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) has moved the Bombay High Court seeking cancellation of bail granted by a special court to Sameer Khan, son-in-law of Cabinet Minister Nawab Malik. .Khan, along with two other accused, Rahila Furniturewala and Karan Sejnani, were arraigned in offences under Sections 8(c), 20(b)(C), 27A, 27, 28 and 29 of the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act.NCB has alleged that Khan, Furniturewala and Sejnani had conspired to procure, sell, purchase and transport 194.6 kg of ganja and 6 CBD (cannabidiol) sprays, categorised as commercial quantity under the NDPS Act.The investigating agency claimed that Khan’s role in the case was for selling the contraband and financing illicit trafficking in the business..Khan’s first bail application came to be rejected on the ground that investigation was ongoing. However, once chargesheet was filed, Khan moved for regular bail under Section 439 of the Code of Criminal Procedure which was granted by the special court under the NDPS Act, observing that nothing except the statement of Khan and co-accused was relied upon by the prosecution to show recovery of contraband and his involvement in the connivance..NCB has now moved the High Court seeking cancellation of bail, two months after the order of the special court. The application filed through advocate Shreeram Shirsat will be moved for urgent hearing this week..Meanwhile Khan has also moved a plea for quashing the NDPS case against him. The plea is yet to be heard.