CBI raids house of kidney kingpin's wife
A CBI team on Friday raided the house of the second wife of alleged kingpin of the multi-crore kidney racket, Amit Kumar, in Jammu.
A special team of CBI raided the house of Sonia in Digiana area of Jammu city and questioned family members for almost five hours, official sources told PTI.
They also claimed to have seized some vital documents and property papers in the name of Kumar's wife, sources said, adding she is settled in Canada where Kumar has allegedly carried out huge investments in real estate.
Sources said his wife was looking after the business establishments in Canada which was being probed by the Enforcement Directorate and CBI.
A police team from Muzaffarnagar had arrived in Jammu to raid the house of Kumar's wife on February 4 but failed to locate the address and has gone back.
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