The court made the remark after the Delhi government’s drug controller said Gambhir’s foundation was guilty of unauthorisedly stocking, distributing Fabiflu medicine to COVID-19 patients.
The bench also pulled up Gambhir for again making a statement that he will continue to do such work.
A bench of Justices Vipin Sanghi and Jasmeet Singh said the Drug Controller shall examine how it is possible for someone to procure over 2,000 strips of a medicine, Fabiflu.
The bench was informed that the leader has tweeted that those who need 'Remdesivir' and 'Fabiflu' can collect it from his offices in Delhi.
A doctor's prescription and Aadhar card would be required for getting the medicines and oxygen cylinders to be given from Gambhir's offices in Pusa road and Jagriti Enclave.