The hit and run case involving actor Salman Khan is becoming complicated with every passing day. With earlier, the doctor’s incomplete knowledge about the medical procedures raised questions, now the doctor claims to be confused between the blood samples of Salman Khan.
Two blood samples taken from the actor were to be kept separately, with one added with preservatives and the other to be kept as it was. In order to prevent the sample from fermenting, preservatives were added and kept in one vial.
The doctor handling Salman Khan’s case is having a tough time with the defense lawyer Shrikant Shivde, as now the doctor claims that he does not know which sample is which. He is unable to distinguish between the blood samples, which is creating further complications in the case.
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According to Mr. Shivde, the labels on the two vials might have been changed in order to tampered with the results. On February 12th, chemical analyst Bala Shankar who was assigned to the duty to examine blood samples will be questioned.
Earlier another shocking news spread when the doctor involved in the case revealed that he was unaware of the existence of Civil Medical Code. Which put the doctors conduct in question. Now the new blunder made by the doctor has raised many doubts. This might work well in actor Salman Khan’s defense yet again.
In 2002, actor Salman Khan ran into a bakery with his car, which lead to the death of one person and injuring four people.