Police alerted about the illegal marketing of remedesvir and oxygen, investigation in several shops in Jaunpur

Amar Ujala Network, Jaunpur

Published by: Geetarjun Gautam
Updated Tue, Apr 27, 2021 5:04 PM IST

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The team, led by ASP, examined the records of 15 gas suppliers
Instructions for action against a seller due to failure to present the delivery register

Police investigate in shops
– Photo: Amar Ujala

Police administration teams conducted investigations in various areas on Tuesday to prevent the black-marketing of oxygen cylinders, drugs and Remedisvir injections in Jaunpur. Reached the stores and matched the inventory available from the registry. He also warned sellers and gave a notice to an oxygen gas supplier that they had not provided inventory registers.The ASP City Dr. The team led by Sanjay Kumar carried out raids on 15 oxygen gas agencies and medical stores in different locations at the same time. Oxygen gas cylinders were found during the investigation at the Om Gases Suppliers Agency, but details of the inventory registers and cylinders delivered were not given. The ASP notified the drug inspector and instructed him to take action.

On the other hand, at the direction of the district-appointed officer, Dr. VP Mishra conducted investigations into many drug stores in the city. While investigating the complaint of selling cold, cough, fever, allergies, energy and other drugs at high prices, the team reached more than ten stores and examined records. Has also adopted information from existing customers. Anil Kumar Rai, chief food safety officer, advised vendors not to charge any further fees. He also warned of strict measures against the sale of counterfeit drugs.

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Police administration teams conducted investigations in various areas on Tuesday to prevent the black-marketing of oxygen cylinders, drugs and Remedisvir injections in Jaunpur. Reached the stores and matched the inventory available from the registry. He also warned sellers and gave a notice to an oxygen gas supplier that they had not provided inventory registers.

The ASP City Dr. The team led by Sanjay Kumar carried out raids on 15 oxygen gas agencies and medical stores in different locations at the same time. Oxygen gas cylinders were found during the investigation at the Om Gases Suppliers Agency, but details of the inventory registers and cylinders delivered were not given. The ASP notified the drug inspector and instructed him to take action.

On the other hand, at the direction of the district-appointed officer, Dr. VP Mishra conducted investigations into many drug stores in the city. While investigating the complaint of selling cold, cough, fever, allergies, energy and other drugs at high prices, the team reached more than ten stores and examined records. Has also adopted information from existing customers. Anil Kumar Rai, chief food safety officer, advised vendors not to charge any further fees. He also warned of strict measures against the sale of counterfeit drugs.

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