Oxygen concentrators traders urged the Center for protection, a letter written to Home and Industry Secretary


The Association of Indian Medical Device Industries has written to the Home Secretary and the Industry Secretary, seeking protection. The organization has stated in its letter that after importing oxygen concentrators, it takes two to three days to take off for sale in the market, as they require price labeling and other billing-related processes. it happens. Meanwhile, the police are seizing their goods as hoardings of oxygen and taking action against them.

Association convenor Rajeev Nath said that action was taken recently against Paramount Sergeimed, which had imported Rs 45 lakh worth of concentrators from China. Nath said that if such action continues, authentic companies will stop selling such items.

Price limit not decided by NPPA

He says that at present there is no rule by the Ministry of Consumer to determine the maximum retail price of oxygen concentrators. At the same time, the maximum price of items such as Oxygen Concentrators has not been fixed by the National Pharmaceuticals Pricing Authority (NPPA) and currently the Drug law rules are also not applicable to such items.