Kidney racket in a Delhi hospital uncovered

Sunday, 05 June 2016 - 8:34

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The kidney racket that was taking place in a leading private hospital in Delhi was uncovered, Indian police say.

Five people have been arrested so far, including two employees of the Apollo Hospital.

They are suspected of luring poor people to sell their kidneys for up to $7,500 (£5,170) before re-selling the organs for huge profits.

However, hospital heads say that they were victimized.



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