Enforcement Directorate Attaches Assets Worth More Than One Crore Of 2 Businessmen

The Enforcement Directorate, taking action against two big businessmen of Gujarat, has attached their properties worth Rs 1.04 crore. This action has been taken under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act. Giving information on Tuesday, the ED said that these traders had allegedly sold fake injections of Remdesivir last year during the second wave of COVID-19.

Apart from this, fake Remdesivir injections were also sold to vendors supplying prescription drugs and hospitals treating coronavirus, the ED said in its statement. An Enforcement Directorate investigation revealed that fake Remdesivir injections were bought in large numbers at a hospital in Madhya Pradesh and sold at exorbitant prices to the needy. According to preliminary estimates, the accused made a huge economic profit by committing the crime of endangering human life during the peak of the second wave of COVID-19.