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Ahmedabad: After treatment, leftover remdesivir sold in black | Ahmedabad News – Times of India

A well being employee carrying PPE, attends to Covid-19 sufferers (Representational picture)

AHMEDABAD: Ramol Police arrested 4 individuals on Monday for allegedly making an attempt to promote remdesivir injections at exorbitant charges of Rs 40,000 every. One of the accused individuals had sourced the injections from a nursing employees, and sold it to the opposite accused at Rs 26,000 every, police stated. The others in flip, charged about Rs 40,000 every from determined kinfolk of Covid-19 sufferers.
Police stated nursing employees have entry to leftover injections in instances the place sufferers die throughout remedy, or once they not require remdesivir.
According to protocol, the injections rendered further are to be handed again to hospital administration, however some nurses and different employees provide the leftover injections to the black market, police stated. The involvement of different medical employees in the racket is being probed.
“Four vials of remdesivir were seized from them. They were selling the drug at a much higher price than its MRP,” stated inspector Okay S Dave of Ramol police station.
Acting on a tip-off, police intercepted two individuals, Shashank Jaiswal and Neel Jaiswal transferring on a two-wheeler with the injections on Monday, about 3am. They stated they labored in a pharmaceutical retailer.
On questioning, they advised police that Vikas Ajmera, the proprietor of a medical retailer in Ramol had requested them to get the remdesivir injections from his good friend Pravin Manvar of Tharad, who presently stays in Akbarnagar.
Police then arrested each Ajmera and Manvar, and booked all 4 beneath Sections 420 (dishonest), 188 (disobedience to order duly promulgated by public servant) and 114 (abettor current when offence is dedicated) of the Indian Penal Code and provisions of the Essential Commodities Act and the Disaster Management Act.
The grievance in the case was filed by Ramol assistant sub-inspector Harendrasinh Anoopsinh.

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