Strict Indian Patent Law Regime for Granting Pharmaceutical Patents, Boosting Our National Interest or Taming MNC’s: A Conundrum by Pratik K Chaudhary

The Author: Pratik K Chaudhary is a Law Student Studying at Sir LA Shah Law College, Ahmedabad
  1. Introduction:-

The world had to undergo the wrath of two world wars to get convinced that war is not a way to attain supremacy. Rampant usage of armaments and warheads will no longer be the means to claim the ultimate world ranking position. Rather than fighting, boosting the Countries technological and scientific development along with Industrial growth and economy would decide a countries fortune. This thought threw light on the lucrative world of Inventions and patent rights. Today countries are fighting a technological war which is all about knocking each other out with respect to new inventions and getting better than others.

These wars of technological advancements and patents have some where its grass roots attached to us, the people, the citizen, and the consumers, the one who utilize, exploit or rather say needs these technological advancements. It can be said with audacity that every country is made of its citizen and every country thinks in the interest of its own citizen.

The above contention is true with respect to several questions affecting the citizens of a country like the matter of defence from external forces or to increase the economy of the country or to decrease exploitation, protect human rights and other features. One more fable adds to the above list and it is the story of Patents and the interest of public attached to it.

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