BJP MP Gautam Gambhir may be in trouble.
New Delhi: BJP MP Gautam Gambhir may be in trouble. A case has been filed against Gautam Gambhir’s foundation for collecting and distributing Corona medicines. Along with this, a case has also been filed against the MLAs of Aam Aadmi Party. The Delhi Drug Control Department (DDCD) has told the Delhi High Court that it has arrested two MLAs of the Gautam Gambhir Foundation and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) – Imran Hussain and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on charges of illegal storage and distribution of anti-Covid drugs during the second wave of the pandemic. Prosecution has been started against Praveen Kumar in a court.Also Read – IND vs PAK T20 World Cup: Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma will be responsible for handling the team against Pakistan: Gautam Gambhir
DDCD in its reply in the form of status report said, “Based on the investigation of the investigation team, the court proceeded against the Gautam Gambhir Foundation, its trustees and the CEO along with Section 27(b)(2) of the Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 1940. The trial was started on July 8 under the provisions of section 18(c).” Bharatiya Janata Party leader Gautam Gambhir is one of the trustees of this foundation. Also Read – Corona Virus Cases In Indore: The infection is over! Only one case found for the first time in 16 months
Section 18 (c) prohibits the production, sale and distribution of drugs without a license and section 27 (b) (2) provides for imprisonment of not less than three years or maximum of five years and fine for this offense. According to the DDCD’s reply, a trial has been initiated against Kumar under the Drugs and Cosmetics Act for the same offenses. It has been said in the reply that this case has been filed against Gambhir and Kumar before Metropolitan Magistrate Preetu Raj in Rohini court. Also Read – Will the Kovid-19 vaccine work on those with a weak immune system?
The DDCD said that after giving an opportunity of clarification, the Gautam Gambhir Foundation was suspended for 10 days for violating the legal provisions of the sales license of the dealers and retailers selling the anti-Covid-19 drug Favipiravir and medical oxygen for running the medical camp. been done. Hussain allegedly stored and distributed medical oxygen without any necessary license and is also facing trial for the same offences.
The status report was filed on a PIL seeking registration of an FIR for the purchase and distribution of large quantities of anti-COVID-19 drugs by politicians, despite common patients wandering from door to door for essential medicines. .