The chronic shortage of farming members and widespread poverty drive Pakistanis to sell their organs, feeding a large black market in the country. The chronic shortage of farming members and widespread poverty drive Pakistanis to sell their organs, feeding a large black market in the country.
Written by  May 03, 2017 - 119 Views

A gang selling organs during two liver transplants in Pakistan

A gang of six people, including two doctors and two Omani patients, was trafficked in Lahore, Pakistan.

The gang deals mainly with customers from the Gulf countries, where the network sells livers to wealthy foreigners, the majority of whom are from Gulf countries.

"A team ... raided a house in Lahore and caught four people who were illegally grown as liver for two patients from Amman," said the FBI's deputy director. Who had been placed in a pre-trial prison, and had paid $ 70,000 for each liver.

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