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Police overlooks past history of Dr. Naveen Chaudhary? Before 6 days Dr. was in Noida but now where is he? IMA was on strike against Accused doctors' arrest in Kidney racket of 1998. Are politicians also in organ trade?
Why were Dr. Navin Choudhary accused of 1998 Kidney racket alongwith his other nine co-accused not under scan of the police?
Why doesn’ Narco test of Dr. Chaudhary?
Why and who is making pressure on Dr. Deepak who submitted postmortem report?
Is Noida a capital of international organ trade racket?
Are politidians involved in this racket?
Why police damaged evidences?
Why not police used globe at the time of lifting evidences?
Why did police allow public in the building of crime and the neighbouring bldg of doctor?
Like above so many questions should be faced to the police and the government.
The Chief Medical Superintendent of the hospital, Dr. Vinod Kumar, said"Strangely the kneecaps of all the 17 victims were missing. Since kneecaps are also transplanted, the possibility of a human organs trade cannot be ruled out." Further, he added, only 4-5 bones of the torso were found but it could not be established whether they were from the same body or different bodies.
Victims' necks had been cut off with medical precision
The missing torsos of the victims have confounded investigators and led to the organ trade theory
Not a single skeletons of ii girls and 6 others is contained complete trunks
All the human parts which are generally marketable in the organ trade are not the skeletons collected by the police. Only other not sellable skeletons are sent for the postmortem. The collected skeletons arre related to the kidnapped children of Nithari village or not. Findings are half truth and half false.
Why Sonia Gandhi and Vrinda Karat in Noida
There are 9,000 children who have gone missing from the national capital in the last three years. Over 2,500 children have been reported missing in 2006 itself, according to figures available with the missing people’s squad of Delhi Police. Sonia Gandhi who visited Noida on Jan 6 should explain the fate of these children?
Another great leader lady of India Comrade Vrinda karat has also today visited Noida. “As much as 90 per cent of Nithari’s population is Bengali migrated especially from Malda, Farakka and Murshidabad. Murshidabad district of West Bengal which once supplied minor boys for camel jockeying to the Middle East , is now the biggest supplier of minor girls for clandestine prostitution rackets. Jamtala Daspara village in South 24 Parganas, West Bengal , has no more teenaged girls. Why Leftists were silent upto Jan 5?
Where is Rahul Gandhi’s Women empowerment poject?
The Bedia community of Uttar Pradesh is traditionally sells daughters to brothels. After being the unemployed in Mumbai Bars due to the government policy most of them came back UP and met Rahul Gandhi. They did midnight dance in the support of Sonia Gandhi in Raibareily at the time of re-eledtion process of Soniajee from her constituency. Rahul assured bar girls and accordingly his underground women empowerment project is going on.
To be his house next to Mohinder Singh is a boon for Dr. Chaudhary
It could not be a boon instead of coincidence that the house next to D5 belongs to Dr Naveen Chaudhury, the prime accused in the 1998 kidneys trading racket. The two houses are connected through a backyard passage, say some locals. Dr Navin Chaudhary, said most probably on Dec 30: “He (Mohinder) was very quiet. We never spoke or met. I’m shocked to know what he has done. He should be hanged to death.” Is Dr. Naveen Chaudhary now abroad?
Postmortem report suspects serial killings link to organ trade
"Since the human organs trade is not so prevalent in India , a foreign hand cannot be ruled out, though that is for the investigators to substantiate it," the doctor said.
No complete trunks have been recovered.
More than two killers damaged four pillars of democracy
SP of Noida Rathore said police searched Dr.Chaudhary’s resident only on the request of victims’ families and also in their presence. Dr. Naveen Chaudhary is invisible up till now in the news channels unfortunately. To day one correspondent asked the higher police authority of Meerut police range about Dr Chaudhary’s 6 months imprisonment of last year. Police officer culld not give reply. Why media could not present before the public past full record of Naveen Chaudhary? Is it not a great mistake of journalism? Supreme Court said its roll not come at the moment. Media unable to high light crime of organ trade surrounding Delhi of international level. Executive and Lesgislative were also silent on this angle even after the coming of postmortem report. It means all four pillars of democracy were colopsed.
CBI Enquiry is welcomed by Nithari village
Pappu Lal, father of eight-year-old Rachna who was missing since April last year said: "I think some big racket with links to foreign land is involved in this and it is not Moninder Singh Pandher or Surendra alone involved. Only CBI can unearth the truth," Father of 10-year-old Pushpa who was missing since April 2004, Sunil Biswas alleged that some big shots were involved in the killings.
Brahmpal Singh, an advocate and Mohinder’s neighbour, said he’d not even seen Mohinder. But it wasn’t as if Mohinder did not raise suspicions. Some neighbours who did not want to be named said he visited the house only three or four times a month, each time with a new car and a new woman. Accused serial killer Mohinder Singh’s son Karan said in detail at live telecast of zeenews channel on Dec 5. It means Mohindr’s roll is only limited in the crime. According to the neighbors his servant human flesh eater Surinder is always visible. Postmortem report says that killing of children and cutting their bodies is the jobe of skilled professional person. Why did not police take it seriously from the beginning? Why did it give time to the suspected accused to wipe out the evidences? Why police allowed public to enter the suspected both buildings? It is a serious crime in the investigation.
NHRC writes to PM on organ trade
The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) in 2004 has in a letter to the Prime Minister and Chief Ministers suggested remedial measures to check illegal trade in human organs.
June 06 - 19, 1998
There are two hospitals in the Uttar Pradesh that undertake kidney transplant surgery in the State:
(1) Noida Medicare Centre (NMC) not far from Delhi
(2) Sanjay Gandhi Post-Graduate Institute of Medical Science in Lucknow
ALLEGATIONS of a kidney transplant racket centred on the Noida Medicare Centre (NMC) have also set off a controversy in Kidney racket.
Why Indian Medical Association protested to encourage Kidney Racket
Noida Medicare Centre, owned by Dr Navin Chaudhary, and the doctors’ residence. When Dr Naveen Chaudhary was arrested in 1998 for his involvement in Kidney racket then Indian Medical Association's (IMA) Noida unit described the arrests as "high-handed and unwarranted". On May 10, the IMA branch gave a strike call to all nursing homes in Noida. It held that the three arrested doctors were well-known medical practitioners. Apart from working at the NMC, Dr. Harsh Johri had been conducting kidney transplants at Ganga Ram Hospital in New Delhi for the last 10 years, a family member of the doctor said. "His credibility is above board," said Professor Seema Johri, his wife.
A raid was done followed a complaint by Shaukat Ali, a resident of East Delhi, that one of his kidneys had been removed without his consent. Soon, three more persons - Harish Chandra of Haldwani, Rakesh of Hapur and Rajesh Kumar of Naoroji Nagar in Delhi - made similar complaints.
Ten persons have been arrested. They include Dr. Navin Choudhary, who owns the hospital; Dr. Harsh Johri, a surgeon; Dr. Sanjay Wadhawan, a nephrologist; Sadhna Sud, the administrator of the hospital; and Sanjay Singh, a police constable.
The alleged modus operandi was more or less the same in all the cases. The FIR in the cases of Shaukat Ali and Rajesh Kumar said that they had been lured into undergoing an operation in return for jobs in Singapore.
According to the police version and newspaper reports, two groups, one led by Sanjay Singh and the other by Akhilesh Yadav, a taxi driver from Etawah, were involved. Sanjay Singh was a security guard at Sadhna Sud's house.
According to the police, whenever a patient approached the hospital for a kidney transplant, he or she would be directed to a certain telephone booth. The booth operator would then contact Sanjay Singh, and a meeting would be arranged between donor and seller. While kidney seekers were charged upwards of Rs. 80,000, donors were paid Rs. 45,000. The transplant itself cost Rs. 1.5 lakh or more.
Shaukat Ali told the police on May 7 that he was taken to the clinic by Mukesh Kumar, whom he had met in old Delhi . He was admitted to the hospital on January 7 under the name of Sunil, the FIR said. At the MNC, he was administered a drug and he became unconscious, he said. According to the FIR, when he regained consciousness he was in great pain.
Shaukat Ali visited a local doctor some days later. The doctor told him that his gurda (kidney) had been removed. They said that a clerk in a Ghaziabad court had supplied the false affidavit for Rs.700 as also a ration card for Rs.900.
The affidavit of Shaukat Ali under the name of Sunil Kumar states that "out of love and affection and on humanitarian ground, I offered to donate my one kidney to Shri Subhash Chand just to save his life without any coercion of any kind and/or for any other extraneous consideration." In his FIR, Shaukat Ali named the doctors and other persons who allegedly lured him into a situation in which his kidney was removed.
NIRBHAY, a resident of Delhi and father of another alleged victim, Rajesh Kumar said the same of tragedy faced by his son.
The Transplantation of Human Organs Act, 1994 does not apply to Uttar Pradesh as the State has not yet adopted it. The Act, meant to end the trade in human kidneys, forbids organ donation by anyone except a "near relative", defined in the Act as a mother, father, brother, sister, son, daughter or spouse. The purchase of an organ for money or money's worth is punishable with a prison term ranging from two to seven years and a fine of Rs.10,000 to Rs.20,000.
As Frontline reported in its Dec 1997 issue: However, one major lacuna in the Act is Sub-Section 3 of Section 9, which lays down that donation by an unrelated donor for reasons of "affection or attachment" towards the recipient or for any other "special reasons" is acceptable provided the donation is approved by the Authorisation Committee.
By Premendra Agrawal