Two cough syrups manufactured in India banned

The World Health Organization has banned two cough syrups manufactured by India, following child deaths.

According to the details, the World Health Organization has banned two cough syrups manufactured by India after the deaths of children in Uzbekistan and Gambia due to the medicine of an Indian company.

The World Health Organization said that the ban on Indian syrup has been imposed as a result of the deaths of children, investigations are ongoing against the Indian company in Uzbekistan and Gambia.

Earlier, the World Health Organization had issued an alert declaring Indian medicines as hazardous to health, saying that chemicals that make the kidneys ineffective have been found in these medicines.

It should be remembered that nineteen children died in Uzbekistan due to drinking Indian syrup, while sixty-six children died in October last year in the African country of Gambia due to the alleged use of cough syrup of an Indian company.

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