Fake doctor who was selling Coronavirus ‘vaccine’ arrested from Karachi
The police have arrested a fake doctor named Syed Didar Ali, who was malignly and deceitfully selling fake vaccine for the virus.
Police on Monday arrested a person who was posing as a doctor and was selling a vaccine for the cure of coronavirus in Karachi’s Defence Housing Authority (DHA) neighbourhood.
Clifton Police Superintendent, Imran Mirza, said, “The police have arrested a fake doctor named Syed Didar Ali, who was malignly and deceitfully selling fake vaccine for the virus at West Point Clinic, DHA Phase 2 Extension.”
No vaccine for the virus, which emerged late, last year in China, has been developed so far.
According to The Guardian, nearly 35 companies and academic institutions are racing to create the vaccine. Moreover, experts say the earliest the vaccine can be developed and arranged will be in a year to a year and a half.
Storing Hand sanitizers
A shopkeeper who was allegedly storing hand sanitizers in DHA was arrested on Monday, and 288 liquid hand wash bottles were seized from him.
According to the police, the suspect had purchased the bottles for PKR 600 each and was selling them for PKR 1,000 each.
Police also directed actions in different parts of Malir and arrested five principals on the charges of opening schools despite the Sindh government’s announcement of the closure of all educational institutions until May 3rd.
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