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'Baba Ramdev advertised Coronil but did not prevent anyone from getting COVID vaccine': Delhi High Court

Lawstreet Journal 30 Sep 2021 8:45pm

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The Delhi High Court recently issued summons to Yoga Guru Baba Ramdev regarding a suit filed by Delhi Medical Association (DMA) for the averments made against allopathy and in favor of the corona kit, Coronil by Baba Ramdev. 

 

In the outbreak of Covid-19 many individuals lost their lives and to prevent this almost a year after, a vaccine was brought and it started showing results. Amid this, Baba Ramdev has claimed that allopathy is a “stupid science” and medicines such as Remdesivir, Favi flu, and other drugs approved by the Drugs Controller General of India have failed to treat Covid-19 patients. 

Also, in a video circulated in social media, Ramdev claimed that lakhs of patients died because of allopathic medicines rather than a shortage of oxygen. 

Ramdev also stated in a video claiming Coronil as a cure for corona virus in just seven days. Soon after this, social media erupted, with many calling for legal action against Ramdev. A day later, the government in Maharashtra and Rajasthan came out with explicit warning to Patanjali against advertising or selling Coronil until the AYUSH Ministry has given its approval. 

The objections were raised in the Delhi High Court as Baba Ramdev Started selling the medicines without even licensing and telling public not to follow the health protocols, to not go the hospitals and instead take coronil as a cure for Covid-19 in just seven days; and his statements started misleading the public. 

In response to this, it was stated that, Baba Ramdev never stated to anyone to nkt take vaccines… Continue Reading...


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