Salman's defence counsel stated that the actor's blood samples were tampered with and questioned on how his medical examination was conducted in a span of 5 minutes. Read on!
Salman Khan's defence counsel Shrikant Shivade revealed that the evidence on the medical paper clearly stated that the actor was taken to Sir J. J hospital at 2:25 pm and was discharged at 2:30 pm on September 28, 2002. Informing about the same to a leading news portal, Shivande said," "According to the exhibits, his BP was checked which was 138/88, pulse was checked which was 88 per minute, eyes checked for dilation, abdomen was examined which was soft, and as far as smell (of alcohol) was concerned, it was kept blank... This means there was no alcohol, and also he was made to walk straight. Do you think all this is possible in five minutes?"
He further claimed that Salman's blood samples were tampered with, in order to get him framed. The Bandra police hadn't collected the blood samples at the Bhabha hospital in Bandra and had sent them to a hoospital in Byculla. Shivande questioned this saying," "It is mentioned that blood collection facility was not available at the Bhabha Hospital... is that possible? It is a reputed hospital. It has an operation theatre and an ICU... Do you mean to say that syringes and blood sample collection is not present there?"
Reports suggest that the defence's arguments will continue till Thursday. Stay tuned for more updates on the hit and run case right here.
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