- The administration has issued an order saying that it is mandatory for all medical operators to give the prescription of the name, time and date of the medicine to the customers.
- Despite the lockdown and curfew, people are leaving home in large numbers by pretending to be medicine, orders issued to stop it
May 20, 2020, 12:08 PM IST
Indore. The number of coronavirus patients in the city continues to grow. The administration believes that despite the lockdown and curfew, people are coming out of their homes in large numbers on the pretext of medicines, which is making it difficult to control the infection. To stop this, the administration has issued an order saying that every medical operator is required to give the prescription of name, time and date of medicine to all customers. If any drug operator violates this order, action will be taken against him.
On Wednesday, the administration executed action under Section 188 and 269 of Indian Penal Code against Niti Vishwakarma, the operator of Sanwaria Medical Store in Silicon City, for not giving the prescription, name and time and date slip to the customer. Administration officials say that if the person who came out of the house to take the medicine does not get the prescription given by the drug operator, then action will be taken against such people.