Behrampore: A shocking allegation by a homemaker in Murshidabad’s Lalgola who has lodged a police complaint, accusing her husband and in-laws of getting her right kidney removed in exchange for money.
The victim was admitted at Calcutta nursing home two years back on the pretext of an appendicitis operation. Rita Haldar, a 28-year-old, lodged the complaint with the Farakka police, naming her husband Biswajit Sarkar, mother-in-law and brother-in-law.
When Rita Haldar, the homemaker started feeling unwell. “I went to Siliguri to visit a cousin. I started having a lower back pain and visited a doctor at the North Bengal Medical College and Hospital (NBMCH) who prescribed an ultra-sonography. The USG revealed my right kidney is missing. I was shattered,” said Rita.
Before two years ago, Rita had complained of an abdomen pain two years ago, Sarkar discussed the matter with his mother and brother and took her to Calcutta for treatment. She alleged that she was being brought to a relative house where she was forced to have a soft drink. And after having the drinks, she started feeling drowsy. The next day she was operated on after doctor asked for immediate operation for appendicitis.