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Spurious drugs scam: Court grants interim bail to suppliers after two months
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JAMMU, Jul 6(JNF): Special Judge Anticorruption Jammu Puneet Gupta today granted interim bail to Ashok Kumar Raina, Amardeep Raina real brothers and Akhil Gadoo suppliers in alleged spurious drugs scam after more than two months with the direction to deposit Rs 50, 000 each and bail bond and personal bond to the tune of Rs 50,000 till the next date.

According to the crime branch case, on the basis of report of enquiry conducted by a committee constituted by the Government with regard to supply of spurious drug “Maximizin-625 MG” tablet (Amoxicillin Trihydrate IP and Potassium Clavulanate Diluted IP). The enquiry conducted by the committee revealed that M/s Lifeline Pharmaco Surgicals had participated in the tenders floated by the government for the supply of various drugs including Maximizin-625 mg tablets, (Amoxicillin Trihydrate IP equivalent to Amoxicillin 500 mg and Potassium Clavulanate Diluted IP equivalent to Clavulanate Acid 125 mg). The firm Lifeline Pharmaco Surgicals, 130/4 Dream City, Muthi, Jammu had quoted the rate of Rs 428.40 for 100 tablets (10 strips of 10 tablets each) manufactured by M/s Medley Pharmaceuticals Ltd.

The firm had submitted various documents including authorization certificate purportedly issued by Medley Pharmaceuticals Ltd with the tender documents. The rate quoted by Lifeline Pharmaco Surgicals was found the lowest by the Purchase Committee-II, constituted by the government, and accordingly the rates were approved and rate contract order was issued in favour of the supplier firm whereupon supply orders were issued by the indenting units for the supply of 2,65,000 tablets of Maximizin-625 mg.

The same were supplied by the supplier along with an in-house testing/analytical report purportedly generated by AFFY Parenterals, showing quantity of tablets manufactured under Batch No. BPT 1583 as 2,50,000, however, the tablets supplied under the same Batch No were 2,65,000.

Special Judge Anticorruption Jammu Puneet Gupta, after hearing advocate Sumeer Pandita appearing for the accused persons and Chief Prosecuting Officer (CPO) for the Crime Branch, observed that the accused having already suffered custody for more then two months, the investigating agency having already investigated the accused applicants, the trial might take some to complete and accused being not manufacturer of drug supplied were the circumstances which weighed with the court to grant bail to the applicants.

“Accordingly the court grants interim bail to Ashok Kumar Raina, Amardeep Raina real brothers and Akhil Gadoo till next date of hearing subject to furnishing bail bond and personal bond to the tune of Rs 50,000 each and also cash deposits of Rs 50,000 each with the direction to the accused that they shall not leave the jurisdiction of the court and also surrender their passport to the Investigating Officer,” the Special Judge Anticorruption Jammu held.

News Updated at : Saturday, July 6, 2013
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