On Wednesday, the prosecution continued with his final arguments in the alleged hit-and-run case which involves Salman Khan. It further explained to the court that, there was no chance of his blood getting contaminated during the procedure of blood test.
The special public prosecutor, Pradeep Gharat, also questioned the defence as to why it felt that the procedure of extracting blood from Salman's body was not done in a correct way. He said, "All the procedures were followed and the objection that the test was not done properly are surmises, hypothesis and conjunctures which the defence have. We cannot go by ifs and buts, but possibilities should be bifurcated from probabilities."
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The prosecutor further claimed that the doctor attached with JJ hospital, who had ejected Salman's blood, had asked for an oral permission from the actor. Also, after the blood was ejected, he ensured that it was stored in sterilised vials in order to prevent any contamination.