The proprietor of the company which allegedly used forged documents to import a batch of substandard human intravenous immunoglobulin (IVIG), has been remanded again.
The accused known as Aruna Deepthi, has been ordered to be further remanded until Nov. 29.
The product, which was said to have been manufactured by Livealth Biopharma Pvt Ltd. India, was imported by a local medicine supplier called Isolez Biotech Pharma AG (Pvt) Ltd.
However, the India-based manufacturer has denied having to do anything with this fraudulent activity and has communicated to the NMRA that it has neither manufactured, supplied nor exported these products to any party.
It was found that funds amounting to Rs. 130 million were misappropriated through the unlawful importation of 22,500 vials of IVIG.
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