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The drug department raided Khatu Shyam Pharmaceutical C&F (Carry & Forward) in Gorakhpur. During this, the department found major flaws. The team found 27,000 oxytocin injections, which are used to increase labor pain, lying on the ground here. An oxytocin injection worth Rs 5.91 lakh has been seized.
Along with this, samples of Ultraking tablets, Tramadex capsules and injections used for pain relief have also been taken. All the samples have been sent to the laboratory in Lucknow for testing. Officials of the pharmaceutical company and C&F director Manish Kedia could not show any record of purchase and sale of medicines.
According to the drug department, the company’s owner, Manish Kedia, has asked the team for three days’ time to provide details. If the department does not receive the details of sale and purchase of drugs from the company within three days, action will be taken against the company.
Medicines are sold from here
Earlier, the shop and warehouse of Ashish Medical Agency and Ashish Traders were sealed in Bhalotia market for selling fake medicines. While drug department sources claim, 80% of the laboratory’s stock of Abbott’s Phensidyl, cough syrup and other narcotics were consumed by the Gupta brothers, Ashish Gupta and Manish Gupta, owners of Ashish Medical Agency .
While the rest of the goods were sent to Kushinagar, Padrauna via Bihar. Apart from this, these medicines were also supplied by the Bhalotia-based company of Bhalotia Khatu Shyam Pharma. Along with this, some other traders of Bhalotia were also given these medicines.
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Now we know who is Khatu Shyam Pharma owner Manish Kedia?
Manish’s name on the path of the Gupta brothers
Manish Kedia, originally a resident of Ramkola, Kushinagar, has a company in the name of Khatu Shyam Pharma in Bhalotia market. Deputy Drug Commissioner (DLA) Ejaz Ahmed said: “The company supplies 6 types of narcotic drugs from this centre. This includes two injections of Tramadex, digilab, one tablet of Ultraking, one syrup for cough S-Cough and two Pivon Spas and Tramadex capsules.
He tried his luck in medicine after the petrol pump
Although Manish Kedia has been a great entrepreneur since the beginning. He also owns a petrol pump in Ramkola and many properties in Gida. About 11 years ago, Manish tried his luck in the drug wholesale business. In Bhalotia market, Manish opened a company named Khatu Shyam Pharmaceuticals.
Finca built in Gida
A few days later, he became the company’s C&F. The work progressed and Manish became a distributor for many companies like Cipla and Albert David. It is being explained that Manish has prepared a big facility there by buying a big property in Gida because of the medicine work.
Name in the drug business
In fact, on Saturday, August 6, drugs worth two million rupees were seized from Gorakhpur and Sant Kabir Nagar. In this case, the drug department has registered a case against two brothers under the NDPS Act. Amit Gupta and Ashish Gupta are big drug dealers of Bhalotia market.
The two merchant brothers had acquired this syrup from two merchant brothers Amit Goyal and Anuj Goyal alias Kake from Agra. The police have also registered a case against the two drug peddler brothers from Agra. All the accused brothers are currently absconding.
Billing details will reveal the secret
The matter gained momentum. Case tracking started from Narcotics Department to Lucknow. The names of 9 big businessmen of Gorakhpur appeared. It also includes Khatu Shyam Pharmaceutical. The drug department will now examine the billing data of this company. So that it can be known how much and to whom narcotics were supplied.
Now we know what Manish Kedia says?
The traders said, why would you do drugs for only 3 rupees?
However, says Manish Kedia, the owner of Khatu Shyam Pharmaceutical “There is a huge demand for Abbott’s Phensedyl among drugs. Because Phensidyl of Rs 110-120 is sold for Rs 200-250. While the company’s S Coffee, being generic, costs only Rs 67, which is it sells for only Rs 70. So why would anyone trade drugs for Rs 3?
However, entrepreneurs associated with other companies related to this business claim that even in the generics business, 12% to 15% of the backdoor also earns.
The company has no billing data!
While on the issues of not providing billing data to the drug department, Manish Kedia said “There is no billing information available with the company. We just take the order and send it to the company. The same company does the direct billing in the name of the company and the payment also goes directly to the company’s account company
Once the invoicing is done, it is our job to supply the goods to the party at the behest of the company. In return, the company receives a fixed commission. The company has been mailed before officials to get the data. The data will be made available as soon as it is received.
Supply of narcotics to Gupta brothers not given for one year
says Manish Kedia “Earlier, Ashish and Amit Gupta were supplied with narcotics, but for almost a year I did not sell any product to the Gupta brothers. Now where and how he buys the medicines, I don’t know.
Whereas according to the Drugs Department, Gupta Brothers has formed 7 to 8 companies for the drug business. In which the narcotics were collected in the same place billing under different names. After getting the data, everything will become clear.
This picture is of two brothers Amit Gupta (left) and Ashish Gupta (right) of Bhalotia market traders.