Friday, March 12, 2010

Robbed of a kidney at gunpoint

"The thick scar on Mohammad Salim's side is a permanent reminder of the kidney stolen from his body. But deeper wounds show in his eyes. Salim, a poor labourer from the northern Indian town of Meerut, was lured to Delhi on the promise of work two years ago. Instead, his kidney was removed at gunpoint. 'This experience has haunted me 24 hours a day ever since. I'm always tense now,' he says." Read more in The Age.

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