Salman Khan's hit and run case has been witnessing several twists and turns and the latest update from the court suggest that Salman Khan's blood sample might be handled by a drunk ward boy.
Salman Khan's blood sample was sent for alcohol test and 62 mg of alcohol was found in 100 ml of the actor's blood.
Now, the defence lawyer has argued that most of the ward boys in government hospitals remain drunk on duty and this might have influenced the report, if Salman's blood sample was handled by any such ward boy.
"We have heard that many government hospital ward boys are drunk on duty. What if he was drunk and had touched the tape after touching alcohol?," questioned advocate Srikant Shivde.
Salman Khan's defence lawyer has been asserting that the people dealing with the blood sample are either unqualified or are being influenced by police. "All the people are government sponsored. Hence, results can always be manipulated by the investigating officers," said Shivde.
Earlier, the chemical analyst stated in the Court that alcohol in Salman Khan's blood was above the permissible level to which the defence lawyer said, "He does not even know class XI level chemistry. He doesn't know the difference between anti-coagulant and preservatives."
With so many twists and turns happening in the 2002 hit and run case, it will be interesting to see what new comes with next update in the case.