New Delhi: The Delhi Police on Tuesday arrested three donors, including two women from Uttar Pradesh' Kanpur and another one from West Bengal's Siliguri, in connection with the kidney racket case.
The police had earlier on June 3 bust a kidney racket gang, which allegedly used to deal with the transplantation of the organ, operating in a leading private hospital in the national capital.
According to sources, the police arrested five people and detained one in this regard.
The Delhi Police registered a case in Sarita Vihar station in this regard.
The gang included two women and two clerical staff from the hospital.
The staff present in the private hospital used to inform Asim (allegedly the mastermind of the gang) about the need of kidney by the patients.
Asim then used to find the donors, who could give the kidneys to needful patients, and in exchange huge amount of money would be given to the donors and the gang would get a cut from the profits.
The police arrested Asim and also questioned the doctors of the hospital in this regard.