Fake Cancer Medicines Worth Rs 8 Crore Seized In Delhi
New Delhi: The Delhi Crime Branch on Tuesday busted a gang involved in manufacturing fake life-saving cancer drugs worth Rs 8 crore. According to the Special Commissioner of Police, Crime Branch, RS Yadav, two engineers, a doctor and an MBA have been arrested in this connection. Three more accused persons are running away and a search is on to arrest them at the earliest, he added.
“The accused were involved in manufacturing fake life-saving cancer drugs. A factory in Sonipat, Haryana and a godown in Ghaziabad were busted,” Yadav was quoted as saying by the news agency PTI.
According to the police, the racket was in operation for the last three-four years. “We’ve recovered fake medicines priced at ₹ 8 crore in the market. The racket was operational for the last 3-4 years. It shifted locations at least twice, but we kept tracking them. At least 3 more persons involved in this racket are absconding and efforts are on to catch them at the earliest,” the Special CP, Crime Branch was quoted as saying.