NAGPUR: Fake Viagra pills worth close to Rs 10 lakh have been seized during a series of raids conducted by a private vigilance company in collaboration with local police stations from across the country.

After busting seven rackets across India, Mumbai-based vigilance company Enforcers of Intellectual Property Rights (EIPR) Ltd conducted the latest operation in Nagpur, recovering fake Viagra pills worth Rs 2.33 lakh on Monday. The action in Nagpur is said to be the biggest haul of fake Viagra in the country so far. Two persons were arrested in subsequent action.

By Soumittra S Bose

3 May 2007

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