The Whatsapp chats of Aryan Khan, son of Bollywood actor Shahrukh Khan, prima facie reveal that he has a nexus with drug suppliers and peddlers, the Mumbai Sessions Court observed on Wednesday while rejecting his bail plea in the cruise ship drug case..This, the Court said in its 18-page order, is also fortified by WhatsApp chats of another accused, Aryan's friend Arbaaz Merchant..Special Judge VV Patil also said that the material on record showed that Khan was prima facie involved in conspiracy under Section 29 of the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act (NDPS Act).In this regard, the Court observed that accused nos. 1-8 came to be arrested on the cruise and were found with certain amount of contraband, after the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) had received specific information that a rave party was being organized on the cruise. "Further during the interrogation they disclosed names of persons who supplied contraband to them. Thus, all these facts prima facie go to show that accused acted in conspiracy with each other. It transpires that all the accused are connected in the same thread," the order said.While conspiracy is something which needs to be proved at the time of trial, prima face evidence pointed towards conspiracy and abetment, the Court added. Hence Section 29 is applicable, the Court said.