Srinagar – One hundred and nineteen of the over 2158 drug samples taken from the market in the state over the past year have proved spurious, while more than 219 chemists stores have been sealed since 2010 for running without registration and licences the government said on Saturday.
Replying to questions in the legislature, the state health minister said that the central government had announced a reward Rs 25,000 for persons giving information about spurious pharmaceutical dealers.(Observer News Service)
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