Fadnavis visited the police station after pharma govt was questioned about Remdesivir vials being flown in another country, triggering a political slugfest
Nagpur: BJP chief Devendra Fadnavis, who’s being focused by the ruling events in Maharashtra for objecting to Mumbai police’s grilling of a pharma firm’s high govt over alleged stocking of Remdesivir vials, on Sunday mentioned he was not afraid of any inquiry in opposition to him as he has not achieved something fallacious.
Speaking to reporters on the Nagpur airport on the problem of of questioning of Bruck Pharma firm’s director over the Remdesivir inventory, mentioned, “I am not afraid of any inquiry because I have worked in the opposition for 20 years and have 36 cases against me for the sake of people.”
He mentioned he would go to any restrict to work within the curiosity of individuals of Maharashtra.
“Yesterday’s incident was very unfortunate. We had not called those Remdesivir vials for the BJP, and (Leader of Opposition in the Legislative Council) Pravin Darekar had met the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) minister that the Remdesivir injections will be handed over to the FDA and the municipal corporation,” he added.
Doing politics over the problem was fallacious, the previous chief minister mentioned, and alleged that false information was being unfold that they possessed the inventory of Remdesivir.
“I challenge them to prove that we had the stock (of Remdesivir). The DCP himself had said that we did not have any stock with us,” he mentioned.
Mumbai Police on Saturday evening questioned Rajesh Dokania, director of Bruck Pharma, a Daman-based pharmaceutical manufacturing firm that manufactures Remdesivir vials, following data that hundreds of vials of the Remdesivir drug vital in coronavirus remedy have been to be flown in another country.
On studying about it, Fadnavis and Darekar had rushed to the police station. Their look on the police station has triggered a political slugfest between the Shiv Sena-led Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) authorities and the opposition get together over the paucity of healthcare provides.
Maharashtra Home Minister Dilip Walse Patil on Sunday accused the BJP of making an attempt to pressurise the Mumbai police and interefere of their work, whereas the state Congress president Nana Patole demanded motion in opposition to Fadnavis and Darekar for “pressurising the police to let off” the pharma firm director, who’s suspected of hoarding Remdesivir injection inventory.