Currently struggling to curb the second wave of the deadly Covid-19 virus, many people of the country are dying, while the others are just busy filling their pockets while playing with the sentiments of people during such difficult times. Such news is emerging from Madhya Pradesh’s Jabalpur where the director of a hospital along with other four people have been arrested for acquiring and using fake Remdesivir injection to treat Covid-19 patients at the hospital.
While the main accused of the case is Sarabjeet Singh Mokha, who is the director of Jabalpur’s City Hospital and also the president of Vishwa Hindu Parishad, Narmada Division.
The latest reports accuse Mokha of sourcing 500 Remsedivir injections from Indore, which were used to treat many patients at the hospital. He is now booked under Sections 274, 275, 308, and 420 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).
While the other accused in the case, include Devendra Chaurasia who works as Mokha’s manager, and Sapan Jain who handles dealerships with the pharmaceutical companies.
While the case came into the limelight when a Gujarat Police team broke into a manufacturing unit of fake Remdesivir injections and arrested Sapan Jain from Jabalpur on 7th May 2021.
The latest reports state that Mokha has accepted his charges and the police will take strict actions against such people.