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Mumbai News LIVE Updates: FDA raid at Pharma company in Vasai

Mumbai News LIVE Updates: FDA conducted a raid at three different locations at Vasai and found that M/S Gaharwar Pharma Products Pvt. Ltd. was manufacturing drugs. We are closing the LIVE blog

Updated on : 11 July,2024 10:14 PM IST  |  Mumbai | mid-day online correspondent

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