• Pakistani, wife arrested in Parañaque


    A 49-year-old Pakistani national and his Filipina wife were detained for allegedly selling counterfeit anti-rabies vaccines in Parañaque City, the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG) said on Wednesday. Senior Supt.Bowenn Joey Masauding, Anti-Fraud and Commercial Crimes Division chief, said Kabir Ahmed Hajano and his wife Shirley Hajano were busted in an entrapment operation in a mall in Sucat on November 2. He said the operation was based from the complaint lodged by Sanofi Pastuer Inc., after they confirmed the illegal distribution of their products. Seized from their possession were 200 pieces display boxes of counterfeit and unregistered Verorab vaccines with an estimated market value of P320,000 and P2,000 marked money. The two will be charged for violations of Republic Act 8293 (Intellectual Property Code of the Philippines) and RA 9711 (Food and Drug Administration Act).


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