APDI Chairman Kunwar Vikram Singh in an announcement stated, “The GAFV has been formed after reports emanating from several countries about the circulation of fake Covid vaccines. Already, Europol, the European Union’s law enforcement agency, has issued a warning of fake vaccine circulation due to huge demands.”
He added that equally, Interpol needed to put out ‘purple discover’ final month after police seized faux vaccines from a warehouse close to Johannesburg in South Africa. “It was then that the international alliance was formed on our initiative. APDI took the lead and did a brainstorming session with our international counterparts before forming the GAFV.”
The APDI has additionally written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi providing assist in the federal government’s plans to cope with the difficulty of pretend Covid-19 vaccines.
In the letter to the prime minister, Singh stated, “While the government is involved in formulating detailed plans for execution of the humongous task at hand, it has come to our notice that some nefarious elements are already at work to take advantage of the situation in order to make fast buck.”
He added that we’d like to concentrate on this growth and take measures to make sure that the anti-social components don’t succeed of their nefarious designs.
Singh additionally stated some faux pharmaceutical corporations internationally are busy creating spurious vaccines which they intend to distribute in a clandestine method.
This spurious antidote will maybe resemble the real one and can change into tough to determine. It is quick growing into a global racket, he added.
“I have no doubt that the government is taking all precautions to ensure safe and speedy delivery of the vaccine to the masses,” Singh stated.
He additionally sought a gathering with Modi to debate how the GAFV and APDI can collaborate with the federal government to cope with the difficulty of pretend vaccines.
The APDI has additionally written an analogous letter to Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan.