New Delhi: The High Court of the nationwide capital has been apprised by the Delhi Police which have discovered nothing on leaders like Congress’ Srinivas & BJP MP Gautam Gambhir. within the alleged drugs hoarding case.
They clarified that the leaders have been assist to individuals to find medical support like medicines, oxygen, blood plasma and hospital mattress.
The Delhi Police in its reply to the High Court mentioned that the enquiry performed to this point has revealed that each one the individuals alleged to have been hoarding drugs and so on have been really serving to individuals in getting medical support in type of drugs, oxygen, plasma or hospital mattress. Adding that the individuals who had been enquired weren’t charged any cash for the assistance supplied, and thus nobody has been defrauded.
The distribution/assist has been voluntary and with out discrimination.
Enquiry was performed on BJP MP Gautam Gambhir, Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee President Chaudhary Anil Kumar, Congress chief Mukesh Sharma, BJP chief Harish Khurana, AAP MLA Dilip Pandey, Congress leaders Ali Mehdi, Ashok Baghel and Srinivas.
The High Court ask the Delhi police to file a standing report on a petition alleging medical mafia-politicians nexus indulging in black-marketing of COVID-19 medicines. The order got here after a petition was filed by Deepak Singh by means of advocate Gaurav Pathak. Advocate Virag Gupta, showing for the petitioner, urged Delhi HC to difficulty route to register FIR and investigation into the medical mafia-politicians nexus by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), to difficulty route to detain individuals indulging in black-marketing of COVID-19 medicines as per National Security Act, 1980 and to direct for disqualification of MPs and MLAs discovered to be hoarding and illegally distributing Covid-19 medicines.
According to the petition, “the country is going through the unprecedented Covid-19 pandemic and the public is being made to run from pillar to post to avail critical medicines such as Remdesivir. At the same time, politicians of all political parties are able to gather huge stocks of the same, even as they do not have the required permissions under the Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 1940 and other specialized provisions for the same”.
The Delhi Police in its interim standing report filed in Delhi HC provides clear chit to political leaders in a petition alleging hoarding of drugs by them and has sought extra time for enquiry because the probe remains to be happening.