Yoga guru Ramdev’s Patanjali Ayurveda Sanstha will face fines if it does not stop running ‘misleading and false’ advertisements.
The Supreme Court of Bharat said this in its observations on Tuesday (November 21).
Hearing a plea by the Indian Medical Association (IMA), a bench of Justice Ahsanuddin Amanullah and Justice Prashant Kumar Mishra said that a fine of Rs. The apex court said that such complaints will be treated with utmost importance in future.
According to the complaint against Patanjali, Ramdev’s Patanjali made a profit of more than two and a half crore rupees just by selling Coronil kits, despite not being anti-covid. On June 23, 2020, Patanjali launched the Coronil kit for the first time. The kit made up of two types of tablets named Coronil and Breathaly Bari and a bottle of 20 ml oil named Anuku Teil was priced at Tk 545. It was also informed that tablets and oil can be purchased separately if desired. Then until October 18, a total of 23 lakh 54 thousand coronal kits have been sold, it was informed by the organization.
Patanjali was accused by the IMA of spreading false advertisements in the Supreme Court.