Supreme Court Asks Patanjali to Remove Misleading Ads from Social Media

The Supreme Court has asked Patanjali to remove misleading ads from social media and file an affidavit within two weeks.

  • The Supreme Court has asked Patanjali to remove misleading ads from social media and file an affidavit within two weeks.
  • Patanjali has stopped selling 14 products whose manufacturing licenses were suspended and instructed social media platforms to remove ads for these products.
  • The court is hearing a plea filed by the Indian Medical Association alleging Patanjali of engaging in a smear campaign against COVID-19 vaccines and modern medicines.

The Supreme Court has directed Patanjali Ayurved to remove misleading advertisements from social media platforms and file an affidavit confirming the removal within two weeks. The court is hearing a case filed by the Indian Medical Association (IMA) alleging that Patanjali engaged in a smear campaign against COVID-19 vaccines and modern medicines. Patanjali has stopped selling 14 products whose manufacturing licenses were suspended by the Uttarakhand State Licensing Authority in April.
Patanjali has informed the court that it has instructed social media platforms to remove advertisements for the 14 products in any form. The company has also issued instructions to its 5,606 franchise stores to withdraw these products. The Supreme Court had earlier reserved its order on a contempt notice issued to Ramdev, his aide Balkrishna, and Patanjali Ayurved in the misleading advertisements case.
The court will next hear the matter on July 30. The case highlights the importance of responsible advertising and the need for companies to ensure that their ads are not misleading or harmful to consumers.
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