(ANSA) – NEW DELHI, AUG 23 – The Indian Supreme Court has ordered the Ayurvedic products company Patanjali to immediately stop discrediting allopathic medicine in its ubiquitous advertisements.
Patanjali is a multi-billion dollar empire founded by Baba Ramdev, a controversial former Hindu ascetic self-proclaimed guru: he owns two TV channels, thousands of flagship stores, and distributes hundreds of products for personal well-being and home care, from toothpaste to cloves. with almond soap and even a disinfectant made from cow urine.
In its advertisements, the company discredits all medical and pharmaceutical systems that have no natural basis, claiming that they lead to death and incurable diseases and accusing doctors of being murderers.
Supreme Court judges stressed that Ramdev’s arguments have no basis.
Last week, the Delhi High Court also reprimanded the holy man who “deceives the public with his attacks on Covid-19 vaccines”, and ordered him not to continue advertising his useless Coronil. (HANDLE).
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