Patanjali stated it had not obtained a duplicate of the order cited by the records in leading papers yet “the involvement of anti-Ayurveda medication mafia is clear”.

Yoga master Baba Ramdev’s pharmaceutical company Divya Drug store of the Patanjali group on Thursday implicated an “anti-Ayurveda medication mafia” of a conspiracy after reports stated the Uttarakhand government had actually outlawed the production of five of its medicines, citing deceptive advertisements.

The company claimed it had actually not received a duplicate of the order mentioned by the reports in leading papers however “the participation of anti-Ayurveda medicine mafia is clear”.

“All the items and also medicines made by Patanjali are made follow suggested criteria, meeting all legal procedures and global criteria with the highest possible research study as well as high quality in the Ayurveda practice, with the help of greater than 500 scientists,” the company said in a statement.

“The letter which was conspiratorially written as well as circulated in the media on 09.11.2022 in a sponsored way by the Ayurveda as well as Unani Providers Uttarakhand has actually not been made available to Patanjali Sansthan in any type of form up until now,” it included.

“Either the department ought to remedy its blunder as well as take suitable action versus the individual that is involved in this conspiracy theory, or else, to penalize the individuals responsible for this conspiracy in addition to the compensation for the institutional loss triggered to Patanjali, the organisation will take lawsuit,” the company claimed.

Records in a number of newspapers Thursday had actually said that the Uttarakhand authority had actually asked Ramdev’s Patanjali Ayurved to stop making five items the firm has actually advertised as a therapy for high blood pressure, diabetes mellitus, goitre, glaucoma and also high cholesterol.

The Ayurveda and Unani Licensing Authority in Dehradun, Uttarakhand, routed the supplier Divya Pharmacy to quit production of Madhugrit, Eyegrit, Thyrogrit, BPgrit and also Lipidom, advertised under Patanjali’s series of ayurveda health products, The Telegraph reported.

The order was issued by Dr GCS. Jangpangi, certificate police officer, Uttarakhand Ayurvedic and also Unani Providers, and also accused Patanjali of deceptive promotions, The Hindu reported.

According to the Hindustan Times, the activity was absorbed action to a problem filed by Kerala-based eye doctor KV Babu in July earlier this year. KV Babu sent out an additional problem to the State Licensing Authority (SLA) on October 11 through email, the paper claimed.

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Last Updated: 11 November 2022