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Hospital Medicines worth lakhs recovered from Medical Shop in Bandipora


Srinagar, April 8 : Authorities on Monday seized a large quantity of medicines meant for hospital supply in a private shop in Bandipora district of north Kashmir.

An official told that following an information about sale of hospital supply medicines in a medical shop at chitteybandy area of Bandipora district, Drug Inspector along with a team of officials on today raided medical shop of One Zahoor Ahmad Malla Son of Mohd. Ramzan Malla Resident of Chitteybandy and seized huge quantity of medicines included Glanstill Injection of SKIMS Supply, NS Gulcose- JKMSCL Supply, Triglon Injection-SKIMS Supply, Ceftriaxone Injection-JKMSCL Supply, Infusion set-SKIMS Supply, Cetrizine Tablets-JKMSCL Supply, Compound sodium lactat Injection-JKMSCL supply, Rolled Bandage-Hospital Supply, Dextrose-JKMSCL supply, Axapara Injection- SKIMS, Medroxy progesto injection-Free supply under Antara Programme of Govt of India.

The seized medicine, which according to the officials is worth lakhs of rupees, is the hospital supply and was meant to be distributed among poor patients.

“We seized the huge quantity of medicines at chitteybandy area,” said Bilal Ahmad Rather, Drug inspector Bandipora.

“Among the retrieved medicine include huge quantity of antibiotics, Contraceptive injections and other medicines meant for free supply”.

The team onspot sealed the medical shop, he added that an inquiry has been initiated to ascertain why this medicine, which was meant for the needy patients in the hospital. Most of the poor patients who cannot buy medicine from the market have often complained that the hospital authorities are not providing medicine to the needy patients. (GNS)

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