Black market: 96 oxygen concentraters recovered from Delhi's Khan restauran
Black market: 96 oxygen concentraters recovered from Delhi's Khan restauran

New Delhi: New revelations are being made in the case of black marketing of important life saving drugs and other essential medical equipment related to oxygen concentraters and corona in the national capital Delhi. After 419 oxygen concentraters were recovered from a south Delhi restaurant, 96 more oxygen concentraters were found on Friday from khan chacha restaurant, the famous Khan Market. Earlier in the morning, 9 oxygen concentraters were found at another shop in Khan Market. According to information received, 524 oxygen concentraters have been recovered by the police in the raids so far.

On the one hand, in Delhi, people are dying of corona patients due to lack of oxygen and medicines, while on the other hand, people are not shying away from black marketing these life-saving things. According to Delhi Police sources, there is evidence of the involvement of a big businessman and another Page-3 celebrity in the racket. Both of them may soon be called for questioning as well. Police have also arrested two persons involved in black marketing from Greater Kailash area of Delhi. Both of them were black-marketing life-saving equipment and selling them at arbitrary prices.

Police have recovered 10 medical oxygen concentraters, 3486 digital thermometers, 265 digital gun thermometers, 684 oximeters from Greater Kailash. Ritesh Kumar Singh, SHO greater Kailash police station, said he had received information that some people were selling covid related drugs and other life saving equipment at high prices. Police have arrested the accused from M Block Market in Greater Kailash at 9pm on Thursday. One of the accused has been identified as Saeed, a resident of Jamia Nagar in Delhi. The other person arrested with it is Mukim. The duo has admitted in interrogation that they have been selling oxygen concentraters and other essential equipment at high prices for several days. The Delhi High Court has been continuously reprimanding the Central government for the lack of oxygen in the capital and on the other hand, despite the oxygen in Delhi. 

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