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Maharashtra FDA files FIR against Snapdeal CEO for online medicine sales

Maharashtra FDA files FIR against Snapdeal CEO
Last month, the agency had raided the corporate office of e-commerce giant for selling these kind of drugs online.
NEW DELHI: Maharashtra’s Food and Drugs Administration (FDA) today said it has ordered filing of FIR against e-commerce major‘s CEO Kunal Bahl and directors of the company in a case related to alleged online sale of medicines, including prescription drugs.

FDA Commissioner Harshadeep Kamble told reporters here that filing of an FIR has been ordered against Bahl as well as directors of Snapdeal.

When contacted, the company spokesperson did not offer any immediate comment.

Last month, FDA had raided the company’s premises here in this regard. At that time, Snapdeal had said it was delisting the drugs from its portal and was assisting the regulator in the investigation.

FDA had earlier issued a notice to the company and it was asked to furnish details of the drugs offered for sale, distribution and exhibited for sale on its website

The raid followed FDA receiving information that various medicines, including prescription drugs, were being sold online through

As per the law, only a licensed retailer can sell drugs, and that too on the basis of prescription of a doctor, Kamble said, adding such type of online sale of drugs is not allowed as self medication can be harmful.


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