IsoTab was the murderous tablet, AG Punjab confirms

The conclusions were based on findings of the medico legal officer who conducted autopsy on PIC victims.


Asad Kharal February 06, 2012

LAHORE: Those consuming contaminated medicine distributed by the Punjab Institute of Cardiology (PIC), specifically ‘IsoTab’ suffered from bone marrow separation, the Advocate General of Punjab confirmed on Monday.

His conclusions were based on findings of the medico legal officer who conducted autopsy on PIC victims.

The AG Punjab said that the names of two directors of Efroze pharma had been placed in Exit Control List (ECL) on the request of the Punjab government. Meanwhile, the names of remaining Pharmaceutical Laboratories who supplied the medicines to PIC were situated in Punjab and had already been sent to the ministry of interior for placing their names in ECL.

COMMENTS (2)

Amjad | 9 years ago | Reply

@bithe: The Punjab government should ask the Sind government to shut down Efroze pharma which is based in Karachi.

bithe | 9 years ago | Reply

Now Punjab Government and the victims should sue Efroze Pharma

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