Rampedesivir injection has been raging amid growing infections of the corona. Taking advantage of this, some elements are engaged in black marketing. A peculiar case of this injection has been reported from Madhya Pradesh. A nurse from a hospital in Bhopal stole the patients’ Remedesivir injection and gave it to her lover to sell in the black market.
Dainik Bhaskar Report According to a nurse at JK Hospital, Bhopal, after injecting patients with normal injections, she gave her lover to sell the original Remedesvir. The case came to light when the Kolar police of the capital arrested a man for injecting black marketing. He was identified as Jhalakan Singh, a resident of Girdhar Complex, Danishkunj. He told that his girlfriend Shalini is a nursing staff at JK Hospital. She gave the patient a real injection by giving him a real injection. The accused nurse is absconding since the case was revealed.
One injection was sold for 20-30 thousand rupees
In the police interrogation, the accused confessed that his girlfriend used to steal the injections given to the patients in the hospital and gave them. She used to give normal injections to the corona infected. He used to sell an injection for 20-30 thousand rupees. Not only this, the accused also sold Remedesivir injection to JK Hospital’s doctor Shubham Pateria for 13 thousand rupees, which was also paid to him virtual.
Action will be taken on both of them under Rasuka
Bhopal Police DIG Irshad Wali has said that stern steps are being taken to prevent black marketing of Remedesivir injection. It is being done for this. Police have registered a case against the accused under sections 389, 269, 270 of IPC and other sections. The DIG has said to take action against all such accused under the National Security Act.
The revelation of the fraud occurred due to the relatives of the patient
According to the information received from the sources, the accused Jhalakan had signed a deal with the relatives of a patient admitted to JK Hospital for remadecevir. But both parties could not agree on its rate. Meanwhile, the corona-infected patient died. After this, the relatives of the deceased informed the police. The police then laid siege and nabbed him.
Earlier in Udaipur, Rajasthan, a doctor and an MBBS student were caught while blackjacking Remdesivir injection. Police arrested Mohammed Abir and his partner on the complaint of the family of a patient infected with Corona virus.