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MP HC Upholds Detention of Man Accused of Black Marketing of Remdesivir Injections - (13 Jul 2021)

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Madhya Pradesh High Court has upheld the detention of a man, accused of black marketing of Remedesivir injections amid Covid-19 pandemic, under the National Security Act, 1980. The Court has held that Blackmarketing of remedesivir injection has direct impact on "public order", and the Petitioner-accused if released, could indulge into same activity because the scarcity of remedesivir is still there.

Tags : MADHYA PRADESH HIGH COURT   MAN ACCUSED OF BLACK MARKETING OF REMDESIVIR INJECTIONS  

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