''Though his (Gambhir's) intention may have been correct, he has done a disservice by buying medicines in bulk, when there is short supply,'' the bench observed.
"Whatever investigation is done, let the drug controller look into it. He [Gambhir] has been a national player. We are sure he had good intentions. But the way he has gone about it, he has actually done a disservice, even if unintentionally," Bar & Bench quoted the court as saying.
"Law must take its course.. it is only to deal with such situations. Intentions may be lacking but in that process if they cross the line, law has to take its course. Even with best intention, they are malpractices...We have narrowed down to three - Gautam Gambhir, Preeti Tomar and Praveen Kumar," it said.
The drug controller has been asked to submit the status report within a week. (UNI)