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This scam is an insult to every Indian: Rahul Gandhi

This scam is an insult to every Indian: Rahul Gandhi

Congress targets centre over antibody test kits being purchased at higher prices

New Delhi: The impact of the corona virus epidemic is increasing all over the country and the most needed testing and kit is to fight it. Meanwhile, the rapid testing kit sold to the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) was of a very expensive price, which is raising questions. The Congress has targeted the central government for purchasing antibody test kits at expensive prices.

Recently, the Delhi High Court had raised a question as to why ICMR is buying it at Rs 600 per piece when the antibody test kit has been imported for Rs 245.

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has also questioned the government on this issue. On Monday, Rahul Gandhi tweeted and wrote that even when the entire country is fighting the corona virus disaster, some people do not miss out on making profits. Shame, disgust at this corrupt mentality.

Rahul Gandhi wrote that we are demanding from Prime Minister Narendra Modi that strict action should be taken on these profiteers as soon as possible. The country will never forgive them.

A day after Rahul Gandhi was first asked by the Delhi High Court to make the Covid-19 test kit available at minimum cost, Congress leader Ahmed Patel targeted the central government over the antibody test kit being purchased for Rs 600. Patel said why the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMar) is buying this kit for Rs 600 per piece, while it has been imported for Rs 245.

The Delhi High Court has ordered that the Covid-19 test kit should not be sold at a rate above Rs 400, given the current situation. The court has said in its order that testing is very important to control the corona virus, so it is equally important to sell the test kit at the lowest rate.

The High Court has ordered three private companies that have contracts to bring one million kits from China to India. Actually, this petition was filed in Delhi High Court on behalf of Rare Metabolics Life Sciences Pvt Ltd and Arc Pharmaceuticals. These two companies had tied up with MatrixLab to bring the Kovid 19 test kit to India. After giving 7 lakh 24 thousand Kovid-19 test kits, Matrix Lab was refusing to release the remaining 2 lakh 76 thousand kits until it got all the money.

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