The Vadodara Detection of Crime Branch (DCB) on Tuesday detained three workers, together with a nurse related to the Gujarat Medical Education and Research Society (GMERS), for allegedly blacking out a vial of Remedisvir injection.
According to a DCB launch, the officers acquired a tip-off that the accused wished to promote a vial of Remedesivir injection for Rs 15,000. DCB officers arrested three accused recognized as Staff Nurse Varsha Damor, Class IV worker Shailesh alias Ravi Prajapati and Oxygen Plant Operator Sahil Darbar, describing themselves as dummy sufferers.
The launch acknowledged that it was Sahil who got here to the dummy patrons, who offered the one vial for Rs 15,000. Upon questioning, Sahil revealed that he had purchased the vial from Ravi for Rs 14,000 and wished to earn a revenue of Rs 1,000. Ravi, in flip, named Varsha Damore, who had snatched a vial made for a affected person.
The Deputy Commissioner of Police, DCB, Jaideep Singh Jadeja instructed this newspaper, “The nurse had taken a vial of Remadecivir injection from medicines made for a critical affected person who had died earlier than being given a dose. We discovered that that is an precise vial offered by Gujarat Medical Supply Corporation Limited (GMSCL) to Gotri Hospital as a part of the quota of free Remedesvir injection for presidency hospitals.
With inputs from TheIndianEXPRESS