SRINAGAR:The State Accountability Commission (SAC) Tuesday sought information about 344 drug combinations banned by the Government of India, which are reportedly sold across Jammu and Kashmir
Exercising its suo-moto powers, the Deputy Registrar, SAC, has written to the Commissioner/Secretary Health, Director Health Services Kashmir and Drug Controller, J&K seeking their response within a week on what stops them from banning these drugs in J&K.
The Deputy Registrar has also asked the officers of the Health department to evolve a mechanism for detecting unsafe and adulterated drugs being sold on medicine counters in the state.
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