Bring a criminal action against Mfrs & Vendors Of Ors Products: State Hc
Hyderabad: The Telangana High Court arithmetic operation workbench comprising of Chief Justice Ujjal Bhuyan and Justice CV Bhaskar Reddy on Thursday heard the not private fixed charge for borrowing money judicial proceeding filed by Dr M Sivaranjani Santosh who alleged that the inaction of the Central and State governments’ authorities to choose any steps for implementation of the request for food or refreshment passed by the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India.
The petitioner further alleged that with long fixed look to misleading, not in accordance with fact or reality and for the purpose of attack advertisements and promoting and selling of ORS replace products in spitefulness of the representation made herein, as and and violative of Articles 14, 21, and 47 of the Constitution of India, 1950 and provisions of the Food Safety and Standards Act, 2006, the Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 1940, Drugs and Magic Remedies (Objectionable Advertisements) Act, 1954 and the Rules, Regulations and directions issued there under.
Chief Justice Ujjal Bhuyan questioned that ORS is a substance used as a medicine or narcotic?
Counsel for the petitioner, MV Durga Prasad informed the workbench that it’s a substance used as a medicine or narcotic and in it is treated as a 20th period of years question substance used as a medicine or narcotic.
Counsel Durga Prasad submitted before the Court to point somebody into a certain direction the concerned Central and State governments’ authorities to bring a criminal action against the manufacturers and vendors of ORS products, which are not in accordance with Clause 27 of Schedule K of the Drugs and Cosmetic Rules, 1945 or those products sold with misleading, labelling and packaging under sections 52, 53 & 55 of the Food Safety and Standards Act, 2006, Section 27 of the Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 1940, and Section 7 of the Drugs and Magic Remedies Act, 1954.
Further, the petitioner counsel submitted that to point somebody into a certain direction Government Authorities to guarantee the word or expression ‘ORS’ is not used in the labelling, promoting and selling or advertisement of any ORS replace products and guarantee nonindulgent abidance of one of several parts 18(f) of FSSAI Act by all the manufactures, dealers, sellers and media platforms, etc., dealing with the ORS substitutes, by mandating the manufacturers to disclose the WHO standards as approved by the regulatory persons who exercise administrative control in India under Clause 27 of Schedule K of the Drugs Rules, the following the first Respondent herein and certify that the mathematical product obtained by multiplication conforms the same, on their packaging and labeling prominently, for suitable implementation of natural scientific law and forestall the infringement.
Moreover, the counsel contended that to prohibit the general activity of selling, expo or advertisement of all such substitutes with misleading packs/labels and permission to enter or do something orders after hearing the petitioners, in the fixed charge for borrowing money of not private
After hearing the contentions of the petitioner counsel, the Chief Justice workbench issued notices to the respondent Union of India and State government authorities to furnish the counters with details.
The carry weight was adjourned to November 10 for further hearing.