A crackdown against the fake and illegal medicines carried out by DRAP in Islamabad

A major crackdown in the capital city of Islamabad against the fake and illegal medicines carried out on Friday.

According to the details, the Drug Regulatory Authority of Pakistan (DRAP) inspectors raided as many as 21 pharmacies, distributors, and medical stores in Islamabad.

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The details further said that five pharmacies and medical stores have been sealed during the crackdown in capital over the violation of the DRAP Act for an appropriate storage system and services.

During the operation, the teams have also recovered 55 illegal and smuggled medicines worth millions.

The officials of DRAP carried out the action over a complaint of substandard beauty creams. Several samples of the beauty creams available in the market were tested in the laboratories over the orders of the authorities.

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