Bareilly. In the second wave of Corona, many drug dealers took the disaster as an opportunity. Traders made huge profits by selling medicines at high prices. At the same time, many people did not hesitate to play with the lives of people by selling fake injections for money. One such case has come up in Bareilly. When a big social worker got corona, he got Remdesivir injection from the medical shop for 90 thousand. The social worker died shortly after the injection. The injection found out in the investigation is fake. Now FIR has been registered against the accused medical operator.
The case of death due to fake injection is from last month. Manoj Aggarwal alias Pammi Lala, a prominent businessman and groom of Fatehganj Western, had corona last month. ButThe family had admitted him to a private hospital in Bareilly. His oxygen level was falling continuously and there was difficulty in breathing. Simultaneously, the infection was increasing. Doctors told him he needed Remdesivir injection.
Given Remdesivir on doctor’s advice
PamM Lala’s sons Tushar and Sansar Aggarwal bought Remdesivir injections from the medical shop for 90 thousand rupees and got them administered to their father . After the injection, the family members were hopeful that he would be fine, his condition started deteriorating. The family took him to a big hospital in Delhi, but he could not be saved even after treatment there and he died on 12 May.
Son met SSP
PamMi Lala’s son Wednesday for demanding action against MadeCicle STor operator in case of fake injectionshan the&zwj I met SSP Rohit Singh Sajwan and told him the whole thing. When the SSP called the inspector of the drug department and got the remdesivir injection tested, it was found to be fake. JAfter which legal action has been started against Medical Director Anmol and PraJiank under serious sections.