Chargesheet in kidney scam after four years | Hyderabad News

 Chargesheet in kidney scam after four years | Hyderabad News
Hyderabad: Four years after a case was registered, Cyberabad police will file a chargesheet against the accused in the kidney transplantation scam linked to Bangladesh and a hospital in Hyderabad. Gachibowli police inspector G Suresh said the case has been pending since 2017. “We are working to file the chargesheet as soon as possible,” he said.
Healthcare facilitator Tareque Azam Choudhary of Choto Hossainpur Rajganj of Noakhali district in Bangladesh, who was arrested on September 8, 2011, in Dhaka, was accused of collecting kidneys from 30 poor Bangladeshis and allegedly selling them to patients in Singapore, Chennai and Vellore.
In July 2016, Gokul Prem Kumar, general manager (international marketing), Continental Hospitals Limited, signed an agreement with Tareque Azam to pay him 20 per cent of the treatment bill as a ‘facilitation fee.’ As per the agreement, the hospital had agreed to indemnify and not hold Tareque…

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