Our Staff Reporter OKARA - The campaign against quacks and non-registered clinics and medical stores is in full swing here in the district and Drug Inspector Rana Abdus Sattar raided and recovered government medicines and intoxicants that are prohibited under the Drug Act. As per detail, during a special drive launched against quacks and non-registered clinics and medical stores, Drug Inspector Rana Abdus Sattar carried out raids at various non-registered clinics and medical stores and captured a large quantity of medicines and challaned them. The quacks and owners of such medical stores ran away by leaving their stores open behind them. During the campaign, the inspector obtained 751 samples out of which 152 were challaned. About 79 quacks and non-registered clinics and medical stores were fined of Rs1.2 million by the Drug Courts. Despite this, the cases of about 52 non-registered clinics and medical stores are still pending in Drug Courts. Meanwhile, Drug Inspector Rana Abdus Sattar claimed that a 'so-called local journalist came to him and asked to release the owner of a non-registered medical store and promised handsome amount would be paid for the deal. He claimed that he flatly refused to do son and asked the journalist to leave his office. Upon this the journalist intimidated the Drug Inspector and threatened him with dire consequences. Meanwhile, notables and civil society representatives have condemned the act of the journalist, saying that such self-assumed elements have brought a bad name to the sacred profession of journalism. They asked the Drug Inspector to continue his mission against the quackery who have been playing with precious human lives. Meanwhile, Assistant Commissioner Asif Rauf Khan having conducted a raid along with police contingent and Drug Inspector at a medical store situated at Depalpur Chowk in Okara and recovered government medicines. The police have registered a case against Medical store owner Amjad Hussain and started inquiry.