Vadodara Crime Branch exposes black market of remedicivir injection at Gotri Medical College
Arrest three in the matter with injections not for sale
Vadodara Crime Branch exposes black market of remedicivir injection at Gotri Medical College. The accused are selling injections not for sale written on it and meant for patients undergoing treatment at the hospital. Police raised a dummy customer and arrest the operator of oxygen plant of the hospital. While the servant involved in the scam is declared wanted in the case and hunt is on to nab him.
As per available details, the crime branch team got information about the staff of Gotri Medical College involved in black marketing of the remedicivir injections written not for sale on it. Based on that they laid a trap at the Gotri medical college setting up a dummy customer.
The Crime Branch team with the help of dummy customer struck a deal for Rs 15,000 with an employee selling remedicivir injection. As soon as the employee came to sell the injection he was apprehended by the police. During interrogation he revealed his name as Sahil Siraj Darbar and working as an operator in the oxygen plant of the college.
Police asked him about where he got the injection and he revealed to take it from a servant in Gotri Medical College, Shailesh Prajapati for 14000 rupees. Police arrested oxygen operator Siraj Darbar, male servant and contract based female servant in the scam along with injections and mobile. Further investigation in the matter revealed that Prajapati got the injection from Varsha Damor working as contract based servant in covid ward of Gotri hospital.
The possibility of other shocking details coming out during further investigation in this scam cannot be ruled out.