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Remdesivir Black Marketing in Madhya Pradesh: Three Arrested in Indore For Selling Anti-Viral COVID-19 Drug in Black Market

Earlier today, the Indore Police Crime Branch arrested a pharma company owner for allegedly selling 400 fake Remdesivir injections. The accused has been identified as Vinay Shankar Tripathi.

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Remdesivir Black Marketing in Madhya Pradesh: Three Arrested in Indore For Selling Anti-Viral COVID-19 Drug in Black Market | LatestLY

Indore, April 16: Indore’s Special Task Force (STF) has arrested three people in connection with black marketing of anti-viral drug Remdesivir used in the treatement COVID-19 patients. The police have recovered twelve ‘export printed’ Remdesivir injections from their possession. Remdesivir is an investigational antiviral drug used for treating the coronavirus disease.

“The STF received information about a person selling Remdesivir for Rs 20,000 per injection. Following the tip-off, a team of STF officials arrested them,” Indore STF SP, Manish Khatri told media on Thursday. According to the STF, one of the accused identified as Rajesh Patidar is a medical representative (MR) in a pharma company while another accused Anurag Sisodiya is an owner of a medical store in the city.

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“Anurag along with his staff Gayneshwar used to black-market Remdesivir injections,” Khatri said. Khatri further said that the accused have been sent for two-day police remand by a court. “During the investigation, the accused informed that they bought the drug from another state. The packets of the injection did not even have MRP printed on them,” Khatri added.

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Earlier today, the Indore Police Crime Branch arrested a pharma company owner for allegedly selling 400 fake Remdesivir injections. The accused has been identified as Vinay Shankar Tripathi. Amid the surge in the COVID-19 cases in the city, there is a shortage of Remdesivir injection in Indore which has resulted in the increase in the black marketing of the drug in the city.

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Meanwhile, Madhya Pradesh has received 200 boxes containing 9,264 vials of COVID-19 drug Remdesivir injection earlier in the day. Out of the total boxes, Indore, which is the nodal distribution of the state, received the highest number of 57 boxes.

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