India’s Kidney King Stole And Transplanted Hundreds Of Kidneys After Failing As Businessman And Taxi Driver








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Kidney racket kingpin Brijendra Bisen (43) has confessed to have been involved in 30-35 kidney transplants in the last four years. The police will soon call for the records of all kidney transplants carried out in the LH Hiranandani Hospital, Powai, in the last three or four years, a senior officer said.




The police are investigating if the latest racket is limited to Mumbai or has links with the Apollo Hospital kidney racket busted in Delhi early last month. A source said the case, at present with the Powai police, may be transferred to the crime branch.
Bisen’s confession came during his interrogation. The police said he has not clarified whether the 30-35 transplants were carried out in Mumbai or elsewhere. The police is probing if he has links with the Delhi accused.
“It is possible that some of those involved in the Delhi racket, after it was busted, came to Mumbai for ‘safety’. We have called for CDRs (call detail reports) of all the accused,” said a senior police officer.
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The police have learned why Bisen returned to his old ways despite being jailed earlier. On October 2007, the Mumbai crime branch had arrested Bisen and four others (including a Chennai doctor). At the time he had confessed that the racket was spread across Chennai, Mumbai and Gujarat, and included recipients from the Gulf, Sri Lanka and Myanmar. He has confessed to running the racket since 2002, carrying out around 200 illegal transplants, with 100 kidneys being sourced from Mumbai alone.
After his release in 2009, he went to Jamnagar in Gujarat and took up odd jobs in a ceramic company. Dissatisfied with the money he got, he went to his hometown in Madhya Pradesh and started a sand business, in which he remained for one and a half years. He was forced to shut down the business after suffering losses of Rs 6 lakh. “Creditors started harassing him. Unable to play his loans, he decided to return to his old business—kidney racketeering,” said deputy commissioner of police Ashok Dudhe. The police said that in Surat, Bisen used to work as a taxi driver as a cover and was in touch with a gang looking for kidneys for transplant.
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About the latest case, Bisen said he arrived in Mumbai only three days prior to the transplant, which was scheduled for July 15. The police said they have recorded “donor” Shobha Thakur’s statement. The 42-year-old housewife from Gujarat is likely to be a witness in the case. Thakur was to get Rs 10 lakh for “donating” her kidney.
TOI is in possession of a Rs 100 stamp paper which was notarized on July 4 and shows Thakur as the wife of the intended recipient Brij Kishor Jaiswal (48). The complainant in the Powai case, senior BSP leader Mahesh G Tanna, said that as part of the same racket, three more donors were supposed to arrive in Mumbai from Nagpur on Friday, but then the racket was busted.

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