Madhya Pradesh government informs SC about revoking doctor's detention under NSA, wife's plea disposed
The state government said that following its decision, the district magistrate wrote to the Jail Superintendent of Central Jail at Indore and the doctor was subsequently released.
According to Dr RB Kamal, Principal, GSVM Medical College, the team has been asked to collect data on the allocation of injections.
The court heard the bail application filed by the businessman who was arrested on May 17 for allegedly hoarding oxygen concentrators.
The main accused offered a TV reporter Amphotericin B medicine at the rate of Rs 64,000 per vial and another medicine Liposomal at the rate of Rs 14,000 per vial.
The Saket SHO formed a team to check the information and take necessary legal action.
Furnish report of probe into 'black-marketing' of oxygen, Allahabad High Court tells Ghaziabad admin
The Allahabad HC has directed the Ghaziabad district magistrate to furnished the report of the inquiry it conducted into the alleged black-marketing of medical oxygen.
The Crime Branch produced Kalra before Metropolitan Magistrate Akanksha Garg of Saket Court at the end of the three days of his police custody.
The rights panel asked Chief Secretary Suresh Chandra Mahapatra and Additional Chief Secretary of Health department PK Mohapatra to submit the report by June 22.
Hussain has filed the legal notice through advocate Mohd Irshad, wherein he refers to a tweet posted by Parvesh Singh accusing Hussain of black-marketing oxygen cylinders.
Court sends Navneet Kalra for three days in police custody in oxygen concentration black marketing case
Metropolitan Magistrate Archana Beniwal sent the restaurateur for three days of custodial interrogation after the Delhi Police said his police custody is required to unearth the whole nexus.
The businessman was on the run for over a week since the seizure of more than 500 oxygen concentrators from three upscale restaurants owned by him in the national capital.
After the complainant called the mobile number, the man asked him to transfer Rs 20,000 and Rs 30,000 in advance for two oxygen cylinders of 20 kgs each, a senior police officer said.
The response to the renewed threat has been inept. Experts are predicting one million deaths by August.
Four oxygen cylinders have been seized from Mohit's possession, they said, adding that the car used in their transportation has also been seized.
The accused, Rahul Patel, had procured these injections from Hyderabad, a Chandkheda police station official said