DPP had charged Khan with one count of importation of a controlled chemical contrary to Section 6(a) of the Illicit Drug Control Act of 2004; Khan had always maintained his innocence claiming he had nothing to do with the parcel at the Nadi Airport Post Office:
"It has been a very difficult 14 months for me, my family and my business"
And upon receiving the notice at the High Court in Lautoka yesterday, Aaron Anwar Khan said he looked forward to moving on with his business despite the setbacks caused by the trial.
"It has been a very difficult 14 months for me, my family and my business," he said.
"From the beginning I have maintained my innocence and I'm grateful that the State prosecutors and our court system have been able to clear my name of any wrongdoing.
"My business investments have also suffered a bit locally but I am truly grateful that my overseas investors were able to continue our partnerships despite this."
Mr Khan is the director of Diesel Refinery Fiji Ltd, a company which imports diesel from Europe and supplies fuel locally. Source: Fiji Times, 16 October 2015