Drug licences of 18 pharma firms cancelled for manufacturing poor quality meds
Drug licences of 18 pharma firms cancelled for manufacturing spurious medicines: DCGI
Licences of as many as 18 pharma companies were cancelled on Tuesday for manufacturing spurious medicines after an inspection by the Drugs Controller General of India (DCGI).
Licences of 18 pharma firms cancelled for manufacturing spurious drugs, says report
"Licences of 18 pharma companies have been cancelled for manufacturing spurious and adulterated drugs and for violating GMP (good manufacturing practice).... Besides, 26 firms have been given show-cause notices," an official source said.
Licences Of 18 Pharma Firms Cancelled For Manufacturing Spurious Drugs: Report
The government of India cancelled licenses of eighteen pharmaceutical companies for manufacturing spurious medicines following an inspection by the Drugs Controller General of India (DCGI) on 76 companies across 20 States, news agency ANI reported citing official sources on Tuesday. As per the report, a huge crackdown is underway on pharma companies across the country related to the manufacturing of spurious medicines. "Action on 70 companies i…
Major pharma crackdown: Licences of 18 firms cancelled for manufacturing spurious drugs
The crackdown comes in the wake of recent overseas incidents that have raised questions over the quality of drugs being produced by India-based manufacturers.