Bombay High Court Directs Probe Against Covi Drug Supplier Sonu
Maharashtra MLA Zeeshan Siddique and actor Sonu Sood are sending Covid diet as soon as they apply through social media. The Bombay High Court directed the Maharashtra government to conduct a full investigation against them.
A public interest litigation has been filed in Maharashtra alleging mismanagement of Kovid. During the hearing of the case, a division bench of Bombay High Court Justice Sunil P Deshmukh and Justice Girish S. Kulkarni observed, “Such people (politicians and celebs) are presenting themselves as messiahs. Not verifying whether the drugs are being adulterated or being distributed illegally.
State government lawyer Ashutosh Kumbhakoni told the court, “I can help you, it is very easy to say on the net. That’s not right. What message will go to the public? The government is trying everything. At that time the parallel agency is running! I am leaving it up to you to look into the role of the two. ”
Sonu Sood (Bombay High Court) is helping with RAMDCV. The Maharashtra government told the court that the investigation found that they were being bought from a shop at Lifeline Medicare Hospital. It is beyond the allocation of the government. The investigation has not yet taken place.
Regarding Jisan, Advocate General Ashutosh Kumbhakoni said, “Siddiqui is cooperating through an organization called BDR Foundation. But that organization is not registered. They did not get approval for distribution of medicines. The Maharashtra government has already filed a criminal case against the trust and trustees. However, no case was filed against Zeesan. Because he is sending people to that trust. Advising someone is not a crime. Justice Girish S. Kulkarni directed to look into his role.