SC cautions Patanjali against making ‘false’ claims about its medicines in Ads

We are going to share the news with you about Ramdev under fire again. This news is getting circulated on the web and gaining people’s attention of the people. According to the report, the Supreme Court warns Patanjatli to ‘stop misleading advertisements claiming false cure or else. This news has made people shocked and curious. Yes, they are curiously searching about the Pantjali to stop misleading advertisements claiming false messages. What happened? What is the entire matter behind the news? Let’s continue the article.

SC cautions Patanjali

SC cautions Patanjali For False Ads

According to the report, The Supreme Court of India reprimanded Baba Ramdev’s Patanjali Ayurveda products and closely asked them to “stop deceptive advertisements”. The apex court mentioned additionally that they will foist “1 Crore Cost On Every Product Claiming False Cure”. We all are aware of the products of Ramdev and many people really believe in these products. Many people follow the cure of Ramdev’s product. This is a very sad and shocking news time for those who use these products. Now, there is a big question mark if they had been using the right product. Was it good? We will try to cover all the details of the news.

On the basis of the report, the Supreme Court was listening to petitions filed by the Indian Medical Association, when Justices Ahsanuddin Amanullah and Prashant Kumar Mishra issued a serious warning to the company co-founded by Baba Ramdev. Yes,  the company got the warning from Baba-Ramdev. If we talk about the statement it is like “misleading advertisements Patanjali Ayurveda has to stop quickly. The Court will take any similar infringement very seriously, and the Court will also think about impressive costs to the extent of Rs. 1 crores on every product in the connection which is wrong claim is made that it can be prevented, exact disease. We will tell you moreover details about the news.

Furthermore, on the basis of the report, this case became a shocking case for everyone. The bench noticed at the time of the hearing that it did not wish to create the issue of an “Allopathy v. Ayurveda” topic but wanted to search for a real solution to the issue of misleading medical advertisements. We have included all the details about the news, which was important to tell you about the news. If we get any further details about the news we will tell you first at the same site. Stay tuned with us for more updates.

Rashmi Mathur

Rashmi Mathur has 11 years experience in the entertainment industry and has excelled throughout her professional life.

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