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    Published On : Sun, Sep 8th, 2013

    Medicine store owner, supplier found using banned tranquillizing drug for grave crimes

     

    Tehsil police action was the outcome of a raid, conducted by the Food and Drugs Administration on Maa Ambe Medical General Stores owned by Manoj Khemchand Amarnani in Jagnath Budhwari, Nagpur. The raid exposed the illegal stocking, sale of the banned tranquilizing drug and that too at a cost well and above the actual price. The medicine supplier Hitesh Devidas Alvani of Hitesh Sales, G M Market, Gandhibagh prepared bogus bills and supplied the banned tranquilizing drug to many medical stores.

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    The Tehsil police have booked a medical shop owner and a medicine supplier on the charges of selling banned tranquilizing drug illegally and well and above the price. The Central Government had issued a Notification banning the drug. Storing and selling of the drug had been notified as illegal.

    Moreover, the FDA raid shockingly revealed that the accused Manoj Khemchand Amarnani and Hitesh Devidas Alvani were not only stocking and selling the banned tranquilizing drug illegally, but were using the drug for committing various crimes.

    The Tehsil police action was the outcome of a raid, conducted by the complainant Shahnaz Khalil Taji (32), Drugs Inspector, Food and Drugs Administration (FDA) on 21-08-2013. The raid was conducted on Maa Ambe Medical General Stores owned by Manoj Khemchand Amarnani, resident of House No. 11040, Jagnath Budhwari, Nagpur. The medicine store is also located at his house. The raid exposed the illegal stocking, sale of the banned tranquilizing drug and that too at a cost well and above the actual price. The medicine supplier Hitesh Devidas Alvani of Hitesh Sales, G M Market, Gandhibagh. Hitesh fraudulently prepared bogus bills and supplied the banned tranquilizing drug to many medical stores.

    The Tehsil police PSI Athawale, acting on the complaint lodged by Shahnaz Khalil Taji, Drugs Inspector, Food and Drugs Administration, booked both Manoj Khemchand Amarnani and Hitesh Devidas Alvani under Sections 328, 34 of the IPC and probing the matter further.

    A 25-year old youth was robbed by the unidentified criminals who first asked him lift and then injected him with some sedatives.

    According to police, the victim Abhishek Akhil Sabbal (25), resident of Varsha Palace, Vakil Peth, Reshimbagh, was returning home by his Pulsar motorcycle (MH-31/BP 4877) from the over bridge in front of Railway Station. When Abhishek reached near Lord Ganesh Temple (Tekdi Ganpati Mandir), some unidentified persons in the age group of 30-35 years stopped him and asked for a lift. Abhishek, too, agreed to provide lift to the criminals. However, midway, the persons who had asked for a lift, injected Abhishek with some tranquillizing stuff. And as soon as the stuff started its effect, the criminals snatched his Sonata Company watch, mobile and left Abhishek at Bajaj Square, Wardha Road and then decamped with his motorcycle.

    Sitabuldi police PSI Bandekar booked the criminals under Sections 328, 329 of the IPC and is probing the matter further.

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