Notice of DDA Regarding the False and Misleading Propaganda of Medicines and Online Pharmacy
Notice of the Department of Drug Administration – DDA Regarding the False and Misleading Propaganda of Medicines and Online Pharmacy
According to Section19 of the Drugs Act, 2035 BS, there is a legal provision against false or misleading propaganda of drugs. Currently, various discounts / facilities are mentioned in the name of online pharmacy on various social media magazines, online and other social networks The DDA has drawn serious attention to the fact that illegal sale and distribution of drugs is being carried out and news has been published in various media that this act is illegal. Pursuant to Section 19, there is a clear legal provision that prior permission must be obtained from DDA until further notice, All activities related to Online Pharmacy, including such misleading publicity, are to be reported to DDA and all concerned are advised to close immediately until further notice. All concerned are notified to close immediately until further notice No pharmacy has been registered in the DDA so far as an organization providing online pharmacy services and the consumers themselves are responsible for the safety, quality and effectiveness of such medicines. As it should be, all the general public and patients are requested not to buy and use medicines from online pharmacy.This information has been published for the information of all the stakeholders not to do / not to do such acts as it is a violation of the Drugs Act, 2035. Otherwise, action will be taken as per the rules.
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