He purchased medicines prescribed in an online advertisement of a Delhi-based medical facility and ended up paying Rs 60,600 with no improvement in his condition. The man realised he was being cheated when the suppliers sent him one drug after another but none worked.
Lucknow: Rs 60,000 con in name of medicines from Delhi
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