JAIPUR, India - A man in Rajasthan has accused doctors at a government hospital of stealing his son's kidney when the two-year-old was there for treatment, Makkal Osai reported.
In his police report, Ramu Kashyap, who lives about 50km from Jaipur, said his son was admitted to the hospital on July 8 and a surgery was performed on his hand the next day. However, the boy died four days later.
Ramu claimed the doctors had initially told him that his son was recovering well and would be discharged soon. He was shocked when the doctors told him that his son had died on July 13.
The father said he discovered stitches on his son's stomach and back and suspected that his son's kidney might had been removed.