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Delhi News: Black-marketing of Delhi-based nurse, Remdesvir, police arrested five people

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New Delhi
The black marketing of remadecivir injection is in the midst of the growing infection of the corona virus. In such a situation, the Delhi Police has got a big success. Police arrested five people from different parts of Delhi for their alleged involvement in the black marketing of Remedesivir injection. Three people were apprehended in South Delhi while two people were also detained in West Delhi.

Police said those arrested on Sunday in South Delhi were identified as Likha Gupta (30), a resident of Patparganj, Akash Verma (23) residing in Darya Ganj and Anuj Jain (40), a resident of Geeta Colony. Deputy Commissioner of Police (South) Atul Kumar Thakur said that a car was searched near India Habitat Center, Lodhi Road. Upon investigation, four injections of Remadecivir were found from Gupta and Varma.

The officer said that the arrested people told the police that they used to sell an injection to the needy people for Rs 70,000. Police also arrested two people in West Delhi for alleged black marketing of the drug Remedesvir. Police said that Gurpreet Singh (29) and Anuj Jaiswal (30) were arrested on Sunday following secret information received by the personnel of Tilak Nagar police station. Singh trades Kal-Poorje in Mayapuri while Jaiswal works in a hospital in Krishnanagar. Remdacivir drug was recovered from both.

Based on the complaint of black marketing of Remedisvir injection, in which the complainant allegedly procured 2 doses from the internet for Rs 1.16 lakh. A team from PS Begampur took action and arrested Sudhir of Rajiv Nagar. Along with this, 2 more doses of Remedisvir Injection were also taken. Investigation revealed that there was a plan to sell this injection for 60,000 rupees each. Meanwhile, the primary investigation by Delhi Police found the role of a nurse from Agrasen Hospital. He has been arrested by the police from Rohini. It was reported that the nurse, along with a colleague, was selling the injections for Rs 38000. The police is under investigation in the case.



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