Salman Khan’s 2002 hit and run case have reached to another level on Wednesday after the argument sessions. The prosecution yesterday on April 8, cited evidence to prove that Salman Khan was indeed under the influence of Alcohol during the time of accident.
Prosecutor Pradeep Gharat on Tuesday argued that Salman Khan ran away from the spot after the accident on September 28, 2002, instead of helping the victims.
Continuing the same argument yesterday, Pradeep Gharat told Judge D.W. Deshpande that there was no tampering with the actor’s blood samples. He connected the evidence of four prosecution witnesses.
Forensic Science Laboratory and chemical analyst D. Balachander who analysed the blood sample proved the presence of 62 mg alcohol in 100 ml blood, which shows Salman Khan consumed alcohol.
He also said that blood sample was properly sealed so there was no possibility of tampering and Gorade took it to chemical analyst Balachander who received it intact.
From the defence side arguments pointing out on the mechanical defects in the vehicle leading to accident, prosecutor Pradeep Gharat cited the evidence of investigation officer Rajendra Kadam who had not touched the vehicle during the time of accident and was directly sent for the inspection
Referring to the defence claims that stones and rubble on the road were the reasons of the accident, Pradeep Gharat said that evidence on the records show that the person driving the car was under the influence of alcohol.
Reportedly the arguments will continue before Judge Deshpande on Thursday also.
For the first time in 13 years Salman Khan gave his statement on 2002 hit and run case on March 27, 2015. The actor in his statement said that he wasn’t driving the car, which rammed over people, killing one person and injuring four. In fact the actor denied all the charges that he has been claimed with.
He also claimed that it was his driver who was driving the actor. He said that since his door was jammed, he had to get out of the car from the driver’s side.
Salman Khan’s car a Toyota Land Cruiser met with an accident in suburban Bandra on September 28, 2002, killing one person and injuring four
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