The Brain of the Fake Vaccine Scam May Also Have Targeted Pharmaceutical Company Malad | Bombay News
The 2,000-page indictment sheet contains the statement of the owner of the Malad pharma company, Dr Haresh Shah, 66. Shah said he first met Singh at the Malad Medical Association office where Singh worked as a clerk. Subsequently, the two men were in frequent contact as Singh’s residence was close to Shah’s office. “During the pandemic, Singh would come to my office to provide masks and disinfectants for my staff. He informed me that he had access to the Covid vaccines. I have made requests to have my staff and their families vaccinated. Singh had indicated that the vaccines would come from the Shivam hospital in Kandivali, ”said Shah’s statement.
On April 22, Singh visited Shah and delivered 38 sealed vials of “Covishield”. Shah paid him Rs 1.61 lakh for the vials. Singh told him to prepare a list of beneficiaries so that their details can be entered online at Shivam Hospital to generate vaccine certificates. He also asked Shah to return all the empty vials after the injections were done. Shah returned the 38 empty vials later, but the certificates were never generated.
The indictment also contains the statement of a member of staff at Shivam Hospital who said that she had given injections to “important contacts and acquaintances” of the owner of the hospital, Dr Shivam Pataria. , inside his cabin long after the hospital ceased to operate as a PCVC (Private Vaccination Covid) Center). The statement from employee Pranita Ghadi says she shot Pataria’s contacts on May 23 and a few times thereafter. “The vials were given to me by Pataria’s wife, Neeta. After I administered the injections, I returned the vials to him, ”Ghadi said in his statement. Shivam Hospital was a PCVC between March 5 and April 28. The Pataria couple were also arrested in the fake vaccine scam.