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Troubled by not being able to return one lakh rupees borrowed from a friend, a youth reached the district hospital on Monday to sell his kidney. Hearing the words of the young man, the hospital staff were blown away. The staff explained to him that the horse-trading of body parts was a crime. After this the young man was sent back from the hospital.

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A young man reached the district hospital premises at 11 am on Monday and told an employee that he wanted to sell his kidney. The employee sent him to the staff office of CMS. The young man told the employees present there that he wanted to sell the kidney. For a while the staff could not understand.

When the employees talked to him, he told that he is a resident of Devidhura in Nainital district. Haridwar works in a company of SIDCUL. A year ago, a resident of Pithoragarh had borrowed one lakh rupees from a friend, who has not repaid till now.

He told that the friend is asking for money but he does not have that much deposit to pay back. He wants to pay off his debt by selling his kidney. The young man told that he gets 16 thousand rupees in the factory. Rent and your expenses are not met. At home the father is unemployed and the mother is a housewife. There are three brothers who live in Delhi. The youth told that the friend had promised to return one lakh rupees by Monday. Due to lack of money, he wants to sell his kidney.

A young man came to the CMS staff office in the hospital. He was talking about selling a kidney. Everyone was shocked to hear him. He was sent back after explaining it.
Dr. Chandan Kumar Mishra, Acting CMS District Hospital

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Troubled by not being able to return one lakh rupees borrowed from a friend, a youth reached the district hospital on Monday to sell his kidney. Hearing the words of the young man, the hospital staff were blown away. The staff explained to him that the horse-trading of body parts was a crime. After this the young man was sent back from the hospital.

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A young man reached the district hospital premises at 11 am on Monday and told an employee that he wanted to sell his kidney. The employee sent him to the staff office of CMS. The young man told the employees present there that he wanted to sell the kidney. For a while the staff could not understand.

When the employees talked to him, he told that he is a resident of Devidhura in Nainital district. Haridwar works in a company of SIDCUL. A year ago, a resident of Pithoragarh had borrowed one lakh rupees from a friend, who has not repaid till now.

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