Cuttack, Sep 24: In the seizure of fake drugs case in Cuttack, the Commissionerate Police on Saturday claimed to have identified two traders, who had supplied spurious blood pressure (BP) medicines to different drug wholesale points.
The special team of Commissionerate Police that has moved to Gaya in Bihar for further investigation has identified the prime accused persons, said Cuttack DCP Pinak Mishra.
He said the special team is conducting raids at various places with the help of Gaya Police.
“Efforts are underway to find out the sources from where the drugs were procured. Further probe depends on the findings,” the DCP said.
Notably, a huge stock of spurious medicines – Telma AM and Telma-40-had been seized in Cuttack by the Directorate of Drugs Control (DDC).
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