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Fake Remdesivir Racket in Indore: Six arrested, including driver of District Health Officer Purnima Gadaria
Indore (AboutGyan Representative), Fake Remdesivir Racket in Indore. Six people, including civil engineer Vaibhav Tripathi and businessman Sumit Garg, have been arrested by the Special Task Force (STF) in the fake Remedesvir case. The accused had purchased 50 fake Remadecivir injections from the broker Sunil Mishra. Vijayanagar police station was not catching the accused even after getting the information. STF ADG Vipin Maheshwari was informed in this regard. On the other hand, the driver of District Health Officer Dr. Purnima Gadaria has also been arrested in connection with the purchase of Remedisvir. Morbi (Gujarat) police are questioning Sunil Mishra and drug mafia Punit Shah, Kaushal Vora, Kuldeep and Tapan Jain. The accused had supplied more than 1200 fake injections in Jabalpur and Indore. The government has entrusted the monitoring of the matter to the STF ADG.
The ADG are also in touch with the Gujarat Police. They were told that the Vijayanagar police station released such people, who have a suspected role in buying and selling injections. On Monday evening, the team apprehended six people including Vaibhav Tripathi (civil engineer), Ankit (civil engineer), Sumit alias Sharad Garg (businessman), Keshav (supplier) Sumit’s servant Javed. Late night, all were handed over to the Vijayanagar police station. According to sources, the accused Vaibhav and Ankit Dalal were directly linked to Sunil Mishra. He was contacted through the internet. He bought about 50 fake Remadecivir injections for 8 thousand rupees and sold them for 11 thousand rupees.
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Gadaria’s driver had bought injections for a relative: Vijayanagar police station arrested Puneet’s son Omprakash Agrawal resident Old Aggarwal Nagar (Bhanwarkuan) in Remdasivir’s black market. According to TI Tehzeeb Qazi, the alleged District Health Officer is the driver of Dr. Purnima Gadaria. She has admitted buying injections for a relative.