Gautam Gambhir caught in Fabiflu case, court said, 'Even if his intentions are right, but...'

New Delhi: Bjp Lok Sabha MP from East Delhi Gautam Gambhir is facing increasing difficulties in distributing  Fabiflu medicines. The Delhi High Court on Monday directed the Drug Controller General of India to examine the distribution of fabifflu (drug in the treatment of covid) by BJP MP Gautam Gambhir.

Hearing a petition against Gambhir and two others for allegedly hoarding drugs during the epidemic, the court said that even if their intentions were correct, they had done wrong by buying medicines in bulk. The court said they distributed medicines like remdesivir or fabifflu to the needy, but the question is whether this method is correct. Can it be called a responsible attitude?

The high court said, "Whatever investigation takes place, let the drug controller look into it. Gambhir has been a national player. We believe that their intentions were good. But the way all this has been done is wrong"  The court said Gambhir had purchased 2628 strips of fabifflu on the prescription of Dr Garg through his foundation.

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