Organ trade: Thrissur native alleges foul play by crime branch; demands CBI probe into son’s death
Malappuram: The Crime Branch report has revealed that organ trade racket is rampant in Kerala. Agents of the racket have come under the scanner of the crime branch.
A year ago, Thrissur Akalad native Usman also raised a similar complaint on organ trade racket. Usman complained that the death of his son was a planned murder of organ trade racket.
Usman pointed out that his son was murdered in the model which featured in the movie titled ‘Joseph’. But the Malappuram district crime branch, which carried out further investigation into his complaint, has sabotaged the case, alleged Usman.
Malappuram crime branch started a probe on my complaint in October 2019. But no development was reported in the probe and it was a mere show off, Usman told mathrubhumi.com. He pointed out that though he demanded a re-postmortem of his son, the probe officials refused to consider it.
“Officials in the Police and secretariat influenced the higher officials to sabotage the case. Hence, I demand a CBI probe against organ trade racket. I have already sent a letter to the CM and other ministers seeking a CBI probe into the case,” explained Usman.
Malappuram district Crime Branch concluded the further investigation into the death of Usman’s son stating that it was a road accident. "When I moved a petition seeking a CBI probe, I got a call from the state Crime Branch office and they told me that my complaint was baseless," he added.
He pointed out that the organ trade mafia uncovered by Thrissur Crime Branch has links with the people who were involved in his son’s death.
“It is a huge racket including doctors who have links in Gulf Countries. I have contacted SP Sudarshan who is in charge of the probe on organ trade racket and informed all these matters. He asked me to come to his office for recording my statement officially in this regard,” said Usman.
Usman also declared that he will observe a hunger strike in front of the Secretariat demanding a CBI probe into his son’s death and carry out a campaign across the 140 assembly constituencies.
Usman’s son Najeebuddin (16) and his friend Vahid (16) were killed in a road accident which took place at Perumpadappu in Malappuram in 2016.
Vahid breathed his last on the way to the hospital while Najeebuddin succumbed to his injuries while undergoing treatment at the hospital three days after the accident. Postmortem report cited head injury as the cause of his death.
Usman alleged mystery in his son’s death and suspected it could be a ‘Joseph’ film model murder for organ trade after noticing injuries on his body.
“His photos taken following the accident featured injury on his face only. But after his death, injuries were found all over his body as if he had undergone surgery. But the inquest report of the police did not mention this. At the same time, even the doctors did not inform me that my son was critical while undergoing treatment,” revealed Usman.
Neither the natives nor the hospital authority have any idea about the people who took Usman’s son and his friend to the hospital from the accident spot.
It was alleged that police did not inform Usman regarding the postmortem of Najeebuddin’s body and they were adamant to conduct the postmortem at a hospital in Kunnamkulam instead of the Government Medical College.
Earlier, Usman had filed a complaint to the state police chief and Chief Minister citing all these mysterious incidents.