Tamil Nadu doctor arrested for kidney sale racket

Thursday, June 13, 2013

Chennai: Tamil Nadu Police on Wednesday arrested a doctor based in Salem for his alleged involvement in the kidney selling racket, said police.

Nephrologist Dr V M Ganesan, working in the Vinayaka Mission Hospital in Salem, around 340 km from here, was arrested by police based on a complaint.

Police are also planning to inquire in the hospitals with which Ganesan was associated.

The arrest takes to six the number of people arrested for involvement in the kidney sale racket in and around Dharmapuri district. [IANS]

ToI has more details here

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Comment by Dr Shailendra Jain
2013-06-15 08:34:39

After acquiring such a high qualification is some body is doing such heneious act, is unpardanble. I thing MRI spectroscopy of temporal lobe and genetic study will help us why they are doing

Dr shailendra, Director mwdical J L N Hospital and RC BHILAI.

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