Doctor involved in human trafficking held
Delhi Police Crime Branch arrested a private hospital owner for being involved in human trafficking. He had been running two hospitals in South-west Delhi and used to issue fake birth certificates from his hospitals for adoption by childless couples.
The accused has been identified as Nand Kishore Rana who has been running two hospitals-- Shree Sai Hospital in Dwarka and City Health Hospital in Najafgarh.
According to police, in June, an adoption racket was busted in South-west Delhi in which it was revealed that fake adoption NGOs Rashtriya Janhit Janseva Sansthan and <g data-gr-id="34">Rasthriya</g> Jan Kalian Sansthan were involved in providing children to childless couples by charging <g data-gr-id="37">hefty</g> amount of money. The kingpin Vinod Kumar was arrested along with his associates Shikha, Veena and Anil Pandey for indulging in human trafficking.
“On the basis of <g data-gr-id="25">disclosure</g> of the accused persons, examination of witnesses, verification of documents related to children, parents and adoptive parents, it was revealed that Nand Kishore Rana was also involved in the crime,” a senior police official said.
On October 15, a team was formed and raids were conducted at City Health Hospital and Rana was apprehended. It was learnt that he used to show the admission of adoptive mothers instead of biological mothers in the hospital records and issue discharge summaries and birth documents in the name of adoptive mothers and thus charge <g data-gr-id="31">huge</g> amount.
“This was done with <g data-gr-id="29">active</g> involvement of other members of the racket and was being used as the delivery point of the children to be adopted. Rana was also found involved in arranging the kids from poor families and bargained for <g data-gr-id="28">huge</g> amount in the name of adoption, in connivance with other accused persons. He also arranged women for egg donation and surrogacy on <g data-gr-id="26">commission</g> basis,” the official added.
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