Uzbekistan claims 18 children died because of an Indian cough syrup | Uzbekistan Cough Syrup Tragedy

Publish Date: 29 Dec, 2022 |

18 children have died due to an Indian Cough Syrup in Uzbekistan. Indian Government has been alerted after this claim of Uzbekistan. The Central Government has sought a report on the casualties in Uzbekistan after linking the deaths of children with Indian cough syrup. This pharmaceutical company is allegedly being told of Noida.

Health ministry gives statement

The Health Ministry in a statement on Wednesday said that children died after drinking cough syrup DOK-1 MAX made by Merian Biotech in Noida. It is not sold in the country. The World Health Organization (WHO) will cooperate with the Uzbekistan government in the investigation. India has also decided to investigate the allegations issued by Uzbek government on the company.

Further action will be taken after report

Union Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare Mansukh Mandaviya said in a statement “soon after receiving the information, the team of UP Drug Control and CDSCO conducted a joint inspection of the Noida facility of Marion Biotech. Further action will be taken on the basis of the report. Samples of cough syrup taken from the manufacturing premises have been sent to the Regional Drugs Testing Laboratory, Chandigarh for testing.”


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