Illegal Remdesivir marketing in Nashik, Four arrested

  • | Saturday | 15th May, 2021

Jagruti and Shruti, who were there at the time, had two bottles. Police arrested the two and confiscated their moped. The police investigation revealed that the injection was given to Kamesh and Snehal.

The black market for remedial injections used to treat coronary heart disease has not stopped. Adgaon police arrested one person along with three nurses selling the injections on the black market. Three of them work in a private hospital in the Mumbai Naka area. All the arrested have been remanded in police custody till May 17.

The arrested have been identified as Shruti Ratnakar Ubale (21), Jagruti Sharad Shardul (21), both of Jatra near Jatra Hotel, Snehal Anil Pagare (22, of Shantinagar, Manmad), and Kamesh Ravindra Bachhav (22, of Nashik ). Are. Shruti, Jagruti and Snehal are nurses at a hospital in Mumbai`s Naka area, while Kamesh works at a medical center in Govindnagar, according to a preliminary police investigation. According to a complaint lodged by Food and Drug Administration Drug Inspector Suresh Deshmukh, a case was registered against all four suspects. Snehal and Kamesh are being investigated as to where the drug came from and investigation teams have been dispatched.

27,000 injections!

Irfan Sheikh, senior police inspector at, Adgaon police station, said that K. K. It was learned that two young women were coming to the Wagh College premises to sell remedivir injections. Rs 27,000 was fixed for one bottle. Accordingly, Adgaon police sent fake customers. 

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