The government says that this product still falls under the per capita category for export. It cannot be exported by a private company to a company in another country. The process that the government is adopting is aimed at helping those countries who desperately need it or who already depend on India or are friendly countries for this medicine.
The export of hydroxychloroquine is not fully opened. The government said that no private company will be exported, only export can be done to a needy government.
Hydroxychloroquine, a malaria drug considered effective in the treatment of corona, will be given only to governments and will not be sold to private companies. The government says that this product still falls under the per capita category for export.
Export only to needy countries
News agency PTI has quoted news from sources that it cannot be exported by a private company to a company in another country. Sources said, ‘Hydroxychloroquine is still a banned drug. This trade is prohibited from private companies to private companies or from a domestic exporter to a foreign importer. The process the government is adopting is aimed at helping those countries who desperately need it or who are already dependent on India for this medicine or friendly countries like Nepal, Sri Lanka and Bhutan.
Significantly, this medicine is in great demand in the world due to it being useful in the treatment of Covid-19. Recently, US President Donald Trump himself called and talked to PM Narendra Modi to open the export of this medicine to America. After this, the Indian government gave permission for its export to America.