In a shocking revelation, it has been brought to light that the procedures used to medically examine Salman Khan’s blood sample, pertaining to his 2002 hit-and-run case are decades old. The method used to measure alcohol in Salman’s blood sample has been dated back to 1959.
The chemical analyst involved in Salman Khan’s case has been making shocking revelations ever since the case entered its final investigations. He revealed that the method used to test Salman Khan’s blood sample is called as modified diffusion oxidation method, which is in fact one of the oldest methods used. Whereas latest technologies like gas chromatography, liquid gas chromatography and headspace technology were not used.
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The chemical analyst further revealed that National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration did not accredit the forensic laboratory in Kalina, where Salman Khan’s blood samples were tested after the accident. The analyst was instructed for testing to establish whether Salman had liquor before his car met with an accident in Bandra on September 28, 2002, killing one person and injuring four.
Other than being accused of drinking and driving, it was also revealed that Salman Khan was driving without proper license when the event took place. The actor has denied that he was on the wheel during the accident in 2002. If convicted, he could spend up to 10 years in prison.
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