Gurugram : A joint team of CM Flying FDA Haryana raided Sector-52 and arrested a member of the gang selling fake cancer injections.

The accused was supplying this fake injection in the pretext of cancer medicine to the patients in front of Artemis Hospital for Rs 2.5 lakh, which was caught by the team on the basis of information.

The accused has been identified as Sandeep Bhui, a resident of West Bengal. The team has recovered fake defibrotide injection used in the treatment of cancer from the possession of the accused.

CM Flying officials said that this action has been taken on the basis of information.

During interrogation, it was revealed that the accused did not have any bill. The accused said that this injection was supplied by Motiur Rehman Ansari, a resident of Jamia Nagar in South Delhi. He works with Motiur Rahman Ansari.

The accused said that he bought 4 boxes of injections for the above patient, in which one box contains 10 injections. “I have already given that. Whose price was taken 10 lakh rupees.”

When this was inquired by the Drugs Control Officer to know the truth, it was revealed that this injection is supplied from Italy. When the company was informed by the FDA through email, the response from the company revealed that this injection is fake.

A case has been registered against the accused under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and other sections of the Copyright and Trademark Act 1957.

On the basis of this action is being taken by the FDA against the accused Sandeep Bhui and the mastermind of this racket, Motiur Rahman Ansari, under the rules of the FDA.

Officials said that WHO has also issued an alert about this type of fake injection. In this way, action will continue against those who earn lakhs of rupees illegally by selling and supplying spurious injections and medicines-Indrajit Yadav, DSP, Chief Minister’s Flying Squad, Gurugram