Actress Tabassum Govil, who had interviewed fake doctor Munir Khan for a television channel, has now moved the Bombay High Court opposing his petition seeking the court’s permission to restart selling his miracle medicine, which went by the brand name Body Revival.
Tabassum has opposed Khan’s plea on the grounds that several people have already been cheated by Khan selling his fake medicine and that if allowed to restart his business, he will continue to dupe more people. Advocate Mahesh Vaswani, appearing for Tabbasum, said, “Allowing Khan to restart the Body Revival business would pose a grave danger to the society, as the medicine is not genuine. The police should have seized the property rights also while seizing other material at the time of his arrest last year.”
The division bench of Justice VM Kanade and Justice PD Kode has allowed the application and posted the hearing on March 29.
Khan has challenged the court order that imposed a condition at the time of his bail that disallowed him to sell Body Revival, a miracle cure that he claimed could cure every diseases.
His plea states that the ban imposed on him “is in contravention to of the right accrued upon him for being the citizen of the nation”.