Mysore police busted a racket selling saltwater in the name of remdesivir injection
Mysore police busted a racket selling saltwater in the name of remdesivir injection

New Delhi: The second wave of coronavirus has created havoc in the country. More than 2.50 lakh new patients are being received daily and the death toll from covid is also on the rise. On the one hand, there is a shortage of remdesivir injection in the country. On the other hand, black marketing of remdesivir injection is also taking place. A similar highly insensitive case has come to light from Karnataka against which the local police have taken action.

In fact, a nurse in Mysore, Karnataka, has been arrested for selling saline water and antibiotics in a vial of remdesivir injection. The demand for this life-saving medicine has increased considerably amid the ever-increasing cases of corona. Mysore police had received information about the Kala Bazar of Remdesivir injection. Thereafter, action has been taken. This information was given by Mysore Police Commissioner Chandragupta. Police learned that the mastermind of the black marketing racket was a man named Girish, a nurse by profession.

Police Commissioner Chandragupta informed that remdesivir bottles of various companies were recycled and filled with antibiotics and saline and launched in the market. He had been doing it since 2020. We are ascertaining the impact of this racket and where it has supplied its stock. Girish has revealed that he has been doing this with his colleagues since last year. His accomplices have also been arrested by the police. Girish JSS was posted as a staff nurse in the hospital.

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