The Times of India (Mumbai edition) - - TIMES CITY - Amit Ku­mar

While run­ning a clinic in Mum­bai in 1990s, & brother Jee­van came in con­tact with kid­ney traf­fick­ers Hired good-look­ing women to per­suade

kid­ney donors — mostly labour­ers, taxi driv­ers and beg­gars

Of 2.5L-3.5L he charged to ‘ar­range’ a kid­ney in 1990s, he gave 30,000 to touts, 30,000 to donors & 50,000 to nurses

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