Human organs selling case: court sends two accused to jail

Islamabad—The civil court on Monday sent two accused to jail who were involved in human organs selling business.
The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) presented accused Khawaja Ismail and Khawaja Saqib before Senior Session Judge Abdul Ghafoor for hearing.
According to FIA, arrested accused were involved in human body parts smuggling. They were sending liver patients in India from Pakistan for medical treatment where they were selling their kidneys after operation. Millions of rupees have been transferred from India to Pakistan through their bank accounts, FIA said.
FIA also registered an FIR against them on victim Sajjid’s application.
Accused have set up their offices in Rawalpindi, Multan and Lahore where they were running illicit business. However, further interrogation is in progress with arrested suspects.—APP

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