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Maharashtra Leader of Opposition Devendra Fadnavis accused Maharastra Police of harassing a Daman-based Remdesivir supplier for agreeing to supply a stock of the drug to the state on the request of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders. “We had requested Bruck Pharma to supply a stock of Remdesivir vials to Maharashtra. They said they couldn't until permissions were given. I spoke with Union Minister Mansukh Mandaviya and got Food and Drug Administration (FDA)'s permission. Tonight around 9 pm, the police arrested him," said Fadnavis. He added that the Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) Manjunath Singe told they had inputs that some exporters had 60,000 vials and they only wanted to verify the same. However, Singe refuted the allegations that the distributor was arrested. Watch the full video for more.
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Yoga Guru Baba Ramdev has released research papers on Patanjali's Coronil medicine, the anti-Covid Ayurvedic drug that he first launched in June 2020. Ramdev had then claimed it was a 'medicine' however it was approved as an 'immunity booster' by the Centre.
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Yoga Guru Ramdev launched Patanjali's ‘Coronil’ to cure Covid-19 on Friday. Patanjali Ayurved said Coronil has got Ayush Ministry’s certification as per WHO scheme. The company claimed that it is the first evidence-based medicine to fight Covid-19. Ramdev also released research paper to back Patanjali's solutions to Covid-19. The ayurvedic medicine against coronavirus was launched at an event in New Delhi. The event was presided by Union Ministers Harsh Vardhan and Nitin Gadkari. Patanjali had earlier introduced Ayurveda-based Coronil on June 23 last year. The Haridwar-based firm, however, had to face criticism as it lacked scientific evidence. The Ayush Ministry, back then, had indicated it as 'Immuno-booster' only. Coronil is developed by Baba Ramdev's Patanjali Research Institute. It had started work for an Ayurvedic remedy for Covid-19 in January, 2020.
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As Yog Guru Baba Ramdev launched "first evidence-based medicine for COVID-19 by Patanjali", Health Minister of India Dr Harsh Vardhan, who was present at the event, applauded traditional medicinal system, saying growth rate of Ayurveda's economy post-COVID rose to 50-90%. "Ayurveda has Rs 30,000 crore economy in India. As per official data, it used to see a growth of 15-20% every year pre-COVID. Post-COVID, this growth rate has risen to 50-90%. It's an indication that people have accepted it. There's marked improvement in exports and FDI," said the Union Health Minister.
Yog Guru Ramdev on February 19 launched the "first evidence-based medicine for COVID-19 by Patanjali". During the event which saw presence of Union Health Minister Dr Harsh Vardhan and Union Minister Nitin Gadkari, the Yog Guru also released scientific research paper on 'the first evidence-based medicine for COVID-19 by Patanjali'. Last year in June, Patanjali had launched 'Coronil and Swasari', Ayurvedic cure for treating COVID-19. They claimed the medicine showed 100 per cent favourable results during clinical trials on affected patients. During the launch of the research paper which aims to back Patanjali's solution against COVID-19, Ramdev said many people had raised doubts when Coronil was launched last year and questioned whether Patanjali followed all scientific parameters before coming up with the medicines. "We have cleared all doubts today," Ramdev said at the event.
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