New Delhi, Mar 24 (UNI) In the multi-crore kidney transplant racket case, two Delhi police constables Naresh and Rakesh today surrendered before a city court and were sent to judicial custody.
An ASI of Delhi police was arrested while six other personnel were on the run after they allegedly took a bribe of about Rs 20 lakh from an accused in the Gurgaon kidney racket case to let him go.
The team of Delhi police, led by ASI Ravinder Kumar Singh, had raided the clinic in Gurgaon from where Amit Kumar, the alleged kingpin, was operating, and picked up Upendra, his close associate on January 7 2008, but let the latter go after he bribed the police by paying Rs 19.85 lakh.
The crime branch registred an extortion case and initiated investigation against ASI Ravinder Kumar Singh, head constables Devender and Vijay Bahadur and constables Kaleem Deg, Surender Rathi, Naresh and Rakesh.
Constables Naresh and Rakesh today surrendered before Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Ajay kumar Kuhar, who after hearing the surrender application of both the accused, sent them to judicial custody.
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