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Shocking: Dead body of Indian labourer comes from Saudi Arabia with vital organs missing

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Varanasi, April 2: In a shocking incident, post-mortem of a labourer who died under mysterious circumstances in Saudi Arabia ten months back shows all his vital organs missing from the body.

According to Times of India report, local politicians have asked the President, Prime Minister, Foreign Minister and NHRC to take up the case with Saudi authority.

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It is reported that the labourer Ramdin Rajbhar from Ghazipur district had gone to Saudi Arabia in 2013 while his wife and three children stayed back. In Saudi, Ramdin started working in Al Kafji town as a labourer.

The report quoting a Ghazipur Zila panchayat member says that Ramdin contacted his family after seven months on April 30, 2014 and told them that his employer was going to kill him.

"The official communication made through Indian embassy after Ramdin's death showed the cause of death as hanging," the panchayat member was quoted as saying.

He further said that Ramdin's body was brought back in February and thereafter it was sent to BHU where a three-member team of doctors conducted an autopsy.

In the autopsy report which was sent to Ghazipur police last week, doctors at BHU found out that vital organs like pericardium, spleen, kidney were missing from the body.

Meanwhile, the panchayat member has said that he has written to the Prime Minister, President, and NHRC to look into the matter.

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