Pharmacy in New Delhi’s gurudwara sells medicines at ‘cheapest prices’


The Delhi Gurudwara Management Committee (DGMC) has launched a pharmacy in Bangla Sahib Gurudwara that sells medicines at factory prices. DGMC president Manjinder Singh Sirsa said the shop provides medicines at the cheapest rate to people in need.

In a video message released on social media, Sirsa says the maximum retail prices (MPRs) on medicine packs are much higher than factory prices. For example, the MRP on medicine is Rs. 118 but it was sold by the company at Rs. 15. Hence, it is available at Rs. 15 in the pharmacy set up in the DGMC.


According to Sirsa, the committee is planning to launch more such shops around Delhi in the coming days, in medicine will be sold at factory price to those in need.

“We are opening such shops in all corners of Delhi. The expenses will be borne by DGMC. Some medicines are being sold even at 80 per cent discount and all kinds of medicines are available,” he was quoted by Asian News Agency (ANI).


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