Shocking Incident in Assam: Borrower Forced to Sell Kidney to Repay Loan


Bongaigaon: In Abhayapuri, a town in Bongaigaon district, a distressing incident unfolded where a lender compelled a borrower to sell his kidney to settle a loan.

The lender, known as Wasir Ahmed alias Dhano, is currently under police custody for his involvement illegal activity. About a year ago, Khalil Sheikh, a resident of Abhayapuri Tengnamari, borrowed Rs. 50,000 from Wasir Ahmed to cover medical expenses for his wife. However, Khalil, who works as an e-rickshaw driver, struggled to repay the loan on time.

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As time passed, the amount Khalil owed to Wasir Ahmed kept increasing, reaching up to Rs. 5 lakhs.

‘Taking advantage of Khalil’s vulnerability, Wasir Ahmed suggested a horrifying solution – to sell his kidney to clear the debt.

‘I was feeling trapped and under immense pressure, agreed to this drastic measure.

Subsequently, I traveled to Kolkata, West Bengal, where I underwent the surgery to remove my kidney and received payment for it. then I handed over the money to Wasir Ahmed’, Khalil said to media.

Distressed by the ordeal and seeking justice, Khalil approached the Abhayapuri police and filed a complaint against Wasir Ahmed. Following an investigation, the police arrested Wasir Ahmed on February 17, and he has been placed in judicial custody since then.

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