Sun. Sep 20th, 2020

Controversy over Patanjali’s coronil medicine is on the rise. After Rajasthan, Maharashtra has also banned drugs. The state home minister said there was no evidence of coronil trials in Maharashtra. On Tuesday, Baba Ramdev claimed that Ayurvedic medicine would be effective in treating coronary artery disease. The AYUSH ministry then objected to the sale of the drug. The ministry also ordered a ban on its advertising. Rajasthan has already banned the sale of the drug.

The Rajasthan government said no Ayurvedic medicine would be allowed to be sold without the permission of the AYUSH ministry. The Rajasthan government had promised to take action against the sellers. The Uttarakhand Ayurveda Department has also dismissed Patanjali’s claim.

According to health minister of Maharastra

Baba Ramdev came to the forefront after Yoga guru Baba Ram Dev’s Ayurvedic agency Patanjali announced that he had developed coronary medicine for the coronavirus cure. He asserted that his confession had been obtained through torture and that his confession had been obtained through torture. However, Maharashtra Health Minister Anil Deshmukh has denied the allegations in a statement issued Friday stating “Similar, baseless allegations concerning India’s health have been made more than once. The head of state wrote this in a post on his Twitter account.

Deshmukh added that the National Institute of Medical Sciences in Jaipur would provide information on whether Patanjali’s drug had actually been tested.

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