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Salman’s lawyer says blood sample wasn’t his

Salman’s lawyer says blood sample wasn’t his
Actor Salman Khan's lawyer on Thursday rejected the prosecution's claim in the 2002 hit-and-run case that the actor was drunk at the time, saying that the blood sample sent for chemcial analysis was not his.

Advocate Shrikant Shivade, Khan's lawyer, claimed that the sample, which showed 62 mg of alcohol per 100 ml, had not been extracted from the actor.

Questioning the "professional competency" of the chemical analyst who performed the test, Shivade said that the prescribed procedure was not followed. Referring to the analyst's statement in the court, the lawyer said he had received 4 ml blood sample, though 6 ml blood had been drawn from Khan for the test.
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