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Now Patanjali has been slammed by the High Court on ‘Coronil’

The disputed ‘coronil’ of the Patanjali Company linked to Ramdev has received another setback. The Madras High Court has barred the company from using the trademark ‘Coronil’. An application was filed by Chennai-based company Arudra Engineering Limited, on which Justice CV Karthikeyan of Madras High Court gave this interim order till 30 July.

Company Claim – Our trademark since 1993

Arudra Engineering Limited states that ‘coronil’ is its trademark since 1993. Therefore, no other company can name it. Arudra Engineering Limited manufactures chemicals and sanitizers, which are used in heavy machinery and container units. According to the company, it had registered ‘coronil-212 SPL’ and ‘coronil-92B’ in 1993. The company claims that it has been continuously renewing this trademark.

The company said – our right till 2027

The company said in a statement, “We currently have valid rights to this trademark by 2027.” The company has described the trademark as global. This company has also said that its clients are companies like Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) and Indial Oil. According to the report, to prove his claim, the petitioner has also introduced a five-year bill in the court.According to news agency PTI, the company said in court that the mark of coronil sold by Patanjali is exactly like its company. Products sold may be different but the trademark is the same.

What did the Ministry of AYUSH say

A notice was sent to Patanjali on behalf of the Ayurveda Drugs License Authority of the Ministry of AYUSH after the launch of ‘Coronil’ on 23 June by Patanjali Ayurved Limited. On 1 July, the Ministry of AYUSH said that the company could sell ‘coronil’ as an immunity booster.

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