Indian authorities would likely get the help of Interpol to probe into the kidney racket that was taking place in Sri Lanka, after following due procedure of law, a News Paper in India reported.
A Special Investigation Team (SIT), formed by Anand District Superintendent of Police Ashok Kumar Yadav will probe into the kidney racket of Pandoli village has fanned across to Delhi and Mumbai to trace the timeline of the alleged organ extractions as well as “big fish” involved in the racket,’ the report read.
It added, ‘Investigators say that the documents have also confirmed that more than five persons travelled to Sri Lanka with help from “agents” to sell their kidneys. In what could escalate into an international racket, the Anand police are looking at seeking help from the Interpol to probe the Sri Lanka link.
‘A senior investigating officer said, “More than five people from Pandoli have travelled to Sri Lanka for kidney extractions via Chennai, with help of agents. There are high chances that we will report this international link to the Centre and seek help from the Interpol after following the procedure of law. With help from Interpol, we will be able to probe this link.”’