Kanpur police get another success to stop black marketing-Seven people arrested for black marketing of medical equipment

[Edited By: Vijay]

Thursday, 6th May , 2021 10:03 pm

The Kanpur police today arrested seven youths who committed black marketing again from different police station areas of the city. All the accused were found selling medical equipment and drugs for many times more than the prescribed price. On the trail of the accused, the police have used life-saving medicine and medical equipment and a drug to recover more than one lakh rupees. All the arrested accused have been sent to jail.

His name is Nilesh Sahu resident Lalbangla Chakeri, Ashutosh Sahu resident Anand Nagar Chakeri, Govind Singh resident Kaushalpuri is Amandeep Singh resident Govind Anuschachadeva resident Govind Nagar, Amrish Gupta resident Gwalatoli, Sitcharan Gupta Raipurwa. Explain that with the increase of corona infection, by showing a chronic lack of medical equipment and medicines, the goods and medicines are being sold at an arbitrary price to need-

Knowing this black marketing, the top police officers ordered a black marketing campaign to arrest the people who are looking for opportunities in the disaster by keeping human values ​​at bay. In this order, today, police got information about selling medical equipment by a young man in Kaushalpuri of Najirabad police station area.

Similarly, Chakeri police and crime branch got information about the sale of medical equipment in the police station area, on which the crime branch and Chakeri police arrested two youths who were doing black marketing and recovered medical equipment from them. On questioning, he admitted to black marketing of the above devices.

In another incident, Railway Market Police caught Amandeep Singh, Govind Nagar Anshusch Deva resident Govind Nagar Ambareesh Gupta Gwalatoli Sitacharan Gupta resident Karvalo Nagar Raipurwa black marketing of life-saving drugs and medical devices from them. One lakh fifty-two thousand cash has been recovered. In the police inquiries, the accused have told Remdesvir Injection to be sold for 70 thousand, while its value is nine hundred rupees.





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