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Raids Conducted In Hospitals And Pharmaceutical Companies

Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) of India on Monday conducted raids in various hospitals and pharmaceutical companies across the four Indian cities Delhi, Bangalore, Trivandrum and Goa. //The CBI officials feel that they have collected important information in connection with buying of sub-standard medical equipments from Pharmaceutical companies.

The CBI officials feels that many doctors, top officials in the Ministry of Health and various Pharmaceutical companies are involved in the equipment scam and case of criminal conspiracy and cheating has been registered against them.

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