- Corona infection rate increased in Rajasthan
- The shortage of oxygen to remediesever injection
- Raghu Sharma accused Goa-Karnataka government
In the state where the corona culture is taking people fast. At the same time, the political battle between the Corona Jung is also seen increasing continuously. In this sequence, now the big statement of Rajasthan Medical Minister Raghu Sharma has come out. The state government on Wednesday alleged that due to interference by the Goa and Karnataka governments, the supply of 5,000 remedyceiver vials which were to be
Only 17 thousand 770 received on demand of one lakh
Raghu Sharma says that we had entered into an agreement for RemDeceiver with companies like Cipla, Mylan and Cadila in Rajasthan. We had a rate contract with the pharmaceutical company. At the same time, orders of 1 lakh 5 thousand were issued to the three big companies Cipla, Cadila and Mylan in two weeks. But after the intervention of the Goa government by Cipla, 2 thousand vials and 3 thousand vials sent by Mallon were also not received due to the intervention of the Karnataka government on Wednesday. Considering the increasing demand, even today, a total of 17 thousand 770 has been received till date even after talks with these companies. Sharma said that the shortage of medicines in Rajasthan is completely over, if this situation persists, then the situation may become more frightening.
People ready to pay but can’t find
Sharma said that a lot of violence is now being witnessed with this antiviral drug (injection). The family is troubled due to the increasing demand and limited availability of tocilizumab and RemDisiver. The attendants of the patients are being forced to buy injections at five times. The three companies Cipla, Mallan and Cadila are produced outside the state, so the government is also facing challenges. But we will find someone out soon in this regard.
Former health minister said, government failed completely
Here, former Health Minister Kalicharan Saraf has retaliated on the statement of Minister Raghu Sharma. He said that the state government had failed to control the situation. So now she is blaming the Center for everything. The state government has failed to curb black marketing of Remedisvir injections. The state government has no shortage of Remedisvir injections. Saraf said that it is being made available in some specialized private hospitals. Black marketing of remedies is taking place in the markets, but the government is unaware of this.