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Hit and run case: Salman’s blood alcohol content found high

The alcohol content in Bollywood actor Salman Khan’s blood was found to be higher than normal when he was made to undergo a test in the infamous 2002 hit and run case, a chemical analysis expert testified in a sessions court here on Wednesday.

The permissible level of alcohol content in blood is 30 mg, whereas Salman’s blood contained 62 mg, the expert told the court based on the reports. Petitioner and advocate Abha Singh told IANS: “Today, Salman’s blood sample reports were presented in the court and as per his reports, his alcohol level in 100 ml blood was found to be 62 mg. Any amount of alcohol found in blood is enough for an offence if you are found driving.” Salman’s defense lawyer said the blood reports must be cross-examined by a doctor from J J Hospital, revealed Singh.

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