Lucknow. During the disaster, the hospitalists are leaving no stone unturned to earn a lot of blood and sweat to save their family members. At the same time, some killer miscreants are selling fake remodevir injections at expensive prices to the families of patients suffering corona epidemic in the face of this trouble. The Manaknagar, Naka and Aminabad police arrested 10 such counterfeit drug dealers in the capital. Police have seized 218 injections, more than Rs 2.38 lakh, used bikes and scooty for sale from them. The special thing is that most of the arrested accused are KGMU, Laurie, Queenmary’s medical staff and two drug dealers. Police said that the gang’s network is spread across many districts. It is also being investigated.
Makanagar police arrested four, 91 fake injections recovered: ADCP Madhya Chiranjeev Nath Sinha said that among those arrested were Aliganj Musafir Khana Sultanpur resident Vikas Dubey (nursing third year student KGMU), Kaushal Shukla resident Sitapur Road Khadra (Sitapur D) Pharma has completed the course), Ajit Maurya resident Gendi Pannuganj Sonbhadra (Technician in OT of KGMU Lari), Rakesh Tiwari resident Shankarpur Dehat Kotwali Balrampur (Staff Nurse at Queenmarie Hospital, KGMU). 91 fake Remedisvir injections, four mobile phones, a Scooty and Rs 5250 have been recovered from them.
Police set up such a trap, in search of kingpin: ADCP Madhya said that on the information of the informer, the police collected the mobile number of the gang’s supplier Kaushal. After this, I started talking to him. Surveillance and Manaknagar police team were deployed. Kaushal spoke of six injections. He said to give an injection for 20 thousand rupees, the deal was fixed at 15 thousand rupees. Delivery was then called for. Kaushal arrived by bike near Kanausi bridge. He took the injection and gave it to the policeman posted in plain clothes. After this, the team caught up. Vikas Dubey and others were caught on his trail. The sticker of Bangalore’s Mylan Laboratory is affixed to the injection. The gang leader is Ritanshu Maurya resident Barabanki. Teams are pushing in search of him.
Vikas used to say that time is needed, even if the soil will be sold, no one will ask: ADCP said that the inquiry revealed that Vikas used to provide injection Maurya to Dubey. Vikas used to give injections to other peers. Other companions used to say that if caught, Vikas used to say that every person is needed at this time. If you fill the soil and sell it, it will take it. Just earn money, this is the right time, man will make you people. Vikas used to introduce himself as a doctor of KGMU. In each injection, the salesperson used to get a commission of three thousand rupees. These people used to tell the customers that Remdacivir injection which is in the name of Disarem is available with us. Vikas told the inquiry that on Friday itself, Ritanshu took Rs 1.86 lakh from him for the injection sale. ADCP said that the police personnel included in the arrest team were Inspector Manaknagar Dharmendra Kumar Singh, Daroga Rahul Sonkar from Surveillance Team and Surveillance Expert Ashish Dwivedi and others. Police Commissioner DK Thakur has announced a reward of Rs 20,000 for the policemen involved in the arrest team.
One injection was sold for 25 thousand, four arrested, 116 Remedesvir recovered: Naka police arrested four people including Ramsagar, contract worker of KGMU while black marketing Remedesivir injection. 116 injections, Rs 194310 and three bikes have been recovered from him. ADCP Western Rajesh Kumar Srivastava said that the accused arrested were Ram Sagar resident Kanjalpur Mankapur Gonda (contract worker KGMU), Amandeep Madan resident Rajajipuram Sector E (employee of Scope Hospital), Ankur Vaish resident Mohanlalganj Baniyakheda, Anshu Gupta resident Hardoi Sandila Raja. is. Ritanshu Maurya, a resident of Barabanki, used to provide them injections. One injection used to sell for 25 thousand rupees.
Roti and Lunch Boxes used to talk with each other by code: Inspector Naka Manoj Kumar Mishra said that the accused have been nabbed from the Charbagh Metro station. He came to deliver the injection. Ramsagar and Amandeep used to supply the injection to Ritanshu. These people used to talk on the phone in the coat of roti and lunch box. If four injections were to be delivered, these people used to say among themselves that four rotis should be served in the lunch box. Then a man used to go for delivery with a bike injection. The injection has been sent for examination. The gang leader is being searched.