Black Fungus Injection Case: 50 Injection Deal for 1.50 lakh revealed from call recording

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A shocking revelation was made of the call record of the defendant sent to prison in the black marketing black fungus injection case.

Defendants Gyanesh and Prakash Mishra sent to prison on a black fungus case
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Police have received a dozen call records of conversations between members of a gang selling fake injections of black mushroom in Kanpur, as well as middlemen and escorts. These recordings were taken from the defendant’s cell phone who was sent to prison. Records showed that the caregiver of a patient admitted to Fortune Hospital had made a deal for 50 injections for Rs 1.50 lakh.It was not clear whether it was the total amount or the advance. The call record shows that of the 68 counterfeit injections caught by the police, 50 injections were intended to be sold to an escort. The photo shows the defendant Pankaj Aggarwal, a middleman and a timardar.

In it, the guard asks Pankaj if he can deliver the syringe on the street bus. It will be a long time before you come to Prayagraj and have the injection. Pankaj says I’ll try. After that, Pankaj shares the number of lane bus managers. In the second shot, the timidar says that he will come halfway.

Another shot shows Pankaj talking to a middleman to transfer the payment. There is also a recording of the conversation about an injection in Lucknow and Indore. It also says an ID receives six injections.

The police have learned that the defendants were doing business with the Kotak Bank branch, Kakkar Road Prayagraj. On the other hand, ACP Colonelganj Tripurari Pandey contacted the company that made the injection on Monday. The police have learned that the defendants prepared injections with a similar powder, glucose.

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Police have received a dozen call records of conversations between members of a gang selling fake injections of black mushroom in Kanpur, as well as middlemen and escorts. These recordings were taken from the defendant’s cell phone who was sent to prison. Records showed that the caregiver of a patient admitted to Fortune Hospital had made a deal for 50 injections for Rs 1.50 lakh.

It was not clear whether it was the total amount or the advance payment. The call record shows that of the 68 counterfeit injections caught by the police, 50 injections were intended to be sold to an escort. The photo shows the defendant Pankaj Aggarwal, a middleman and a timardar.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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