Aurangabad (Maharashtra), Apr 16 (UNI) The Pundalikanagar Police have arrested three persons on Friday for stealing and selling Remdesivir injections from a Government Medical College and Hospital here.
It has come to light that the trio accused were black marketing the life-saving drug by selling it without prescription at a high price of Rs 15,000 per unit.
Among those selling injections is a Class IV employee at a government hospital. The police laid a trap and arrested two medical shops owners along with the employee.
The accused have been identified as GMCH staffer Anil Bohate and the duo Mandar Bhalerao and Abhijeet Taur.
A case has been filed and further probe is on.
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