Johnsons Baby Shampoo other products banned
These attached products have been found as substandard by Drugs Controller Rajasthan.
Dept of drugs control govt of India - why dont u communicate this things on a timely basis to public.
Easiest thing u could do is put in the circles and social media pages. Very lame on your part.
LocalCircles pls activate govt on this. Such things need to be communicated faster. more
It is a surprise that Johnsons Baby Shampoo and other products are banned, as have been found as substandard by Drugs Controller Rajasthan. Why the media is not high lighting the information ? more
I feel, it is criminal to play with the health of Public by manufacturing and distributing non-conforming drug/cosmetic formulations. In case of cosmetics, public opinion is manipulated by high pressure publicity and MNCs like Johnson and Johnson have huge publicity budgets by which they mold the opinions and let harmful products pass on as elixirs for babies who occupy a soft corner in the minds of parents. With all the cuddling mother Ads, people forget to assess the true value of products. IN US, Johnson & Johnson lost a big case of Baby Talcum Powder which was found to contain asbestos - a very harmful product.
Such Findings by DRUG AUTHORITIES should be headlines so that these hazards are known to the public. Self-Help groups can take up such issues because, I feel these MNCs wield a lot of monetary muscle to make MEDIA publish such news in obscure corners.
Likewise, Sub-standard drugs are sold by manipulative means as everybody - the Retailer, Distributor and Prescriber reap benefits out of them. Sufferer is the consumer and he keeps on wondering why his ailment is not ameliorated. more
I agree with Sikha, that how other states of the country, receiving the same product are blind and inactive to the fact disclosed by one state (Rajasthan). Such matters should be taken by media as well as the authority concern asap. more
I agree with you social media have become very powerful more