- Kota district rural Ramganjmandi police station action
- 35 cylinders of oxygen were brought from Chittorgarh
- Both the accused, cylinders and pickup vehicles seized
- Police expose black marketing of Remedies in Jaipur
In the state where rapid corona infection is taking people into its fold. Meanwhile, in the state, now the Corona disaster has started making smugglers an opportunity. Police has exposed smugglers looking for an opportunity to earn big money in Jaipur and Kota in the state. The police arrested a total of six people in two days
Six people caught in two days in Jaipur
According to information received from the Jaipur Police Commissionerate, in Jaipur, while smuggling Remadecivir injections on Wednesday, Basant Kumar, Vikram Gurjar and Shankar Mali seized four vials of their injections in custody. At the same time, they also exposed the conspiracy to sell 725 vials. On Thursday, the team formed to stop black marketing in this sequence carried out the action. Jaipur Police Commissioner Anand Srivastava said that the team arrested one person each in Jhotwara, Bajajnagar and Kotwali police station area. In it, the names of Rajpal Meena, Shah Rukh Khan and Ramavatar Yadav have been revealed. Five Remadecivir vaccines have also been seized from their possession.
Black marketing of 35 oxygen cylinders was being done in Kota
In a major action, Kota District Rural Police’s Ramganj Mandi police station arrested two persons with 35 oxygen gas cylinder pickup vehicles on Wednesday night. According to Additional Superintendent of Police, Rural Paras Jain, both the arrested men were from Chittorgarh, who brought 35 oxygen gas cylinders. Police investigation has revealed that these people had come out for the purpose of black marketing of oxygen gas cylinders. The police have now sent the accused to the jail after presenting the two accused in the court. At the same time, 35 oxygen cylinders have been directed to be handed over to Ramganjmandi Block CMHO.
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