TSNAB Arrests 5 Together with Sameer Hospital Chairman For Supplying Fentanyl Injection Illegally

Sameer Hospital Fentanyl Injection Case: Rajendra Nagar Police together with Telangana State Anti Narcotics Bureau raided Sameer Hospital within the case of promoting drug injections. Sameer Hospital Chairman Shoaib Subhani, Director Mohammad Abdul Mujeeb, Pharmacist Naseeruddin, Government Pharmacist Mohammad Zafar, Medicare Pharma Distributor Managing Companion Gopu Srinivas had been arrested by Rajendranagar, SOT, TS Nab police on Saturday. One other physician Ashan Mustafa Khan is absconding.

Police raids
In response to the police, it was discovered that the physician couple was promoting drug injections, fentanyl citrus to an individual who turned hooked on medication. Instantly Rajendranagar SOT and TSNAB police raided the home of a physician who was promoting fentanyl injections. Dr. Ashan Mustafa and his spouse Lubna Najeeb Khan, working as anesthetists at Sameer Hospital, had been arrested.

Issues of reality at trial
The true issues got here out within the investigation. The police raided the hospital and arrested hospital chairman Soyab Subhani, director MD Abdul Mujeeb, pharmacist Syed Naseeruddin, gross sales government MD Zafar and distributor Gopu Srinivas who had been promoting fennel injections. Police investigation revealed that each one six individuals had been promoting medication to Kummu.

Sale with out permits
Permits are required from the Drug Management Administration Division to promote fentanyl injections, however Sameer Hospital directors are promoting the injections with none permits. The police discovered that everybody was promoting injections with the goal of constructing straightforward cash. The accused used to purchase every injection for Rs.57 and promote them for Rs.5,000 to Rs.6,000.

Pretend Receipts
The injections had been bought illegally and faux prescriptions had been created for hospital sufferers to make use of the injection. The drug management officers completely checked the hospital information and confirmed that no injection was given to any affected person. Additionally, the accused had been discovered to have procured 100 injections utilizing pretend prescriptions. Out of them, 43 injections had been bought to drug customers and 57 injections had been recovered from the anesthetist’s spouse. The accused had been arrested by the Rajendraganar police and despatched to remand.

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