Assam woman’s body found with organs missing in Israel; IGP Robin Hibu doubts human trafficking


Guwahati, December 1: IGP Robin Hibu, who is feeling terribly sad and helpless, raised concern that Assam woman Neha Sharma who was found dead in Israel might be a victim of human trafficking as all her organs have been taken out at Tel Aviv Hospital.

“I have reviewed the death of Assamese female in Israel. As per latest information, all her organs have been taken out at Tel Aviv Hospital as per NOC by her so called father in a letter. I somehow managed the letter of NOC through volunteer of Helping Hands working at Israel. I doubt the veracity of this NOC for all organs donation. As per information from SP Udalguri and others, her parents have died long time back. I doubt something wrong in this whole episode,” stated Hibu.

Neha was the daughter of Pushkar Raj Sharma and Tirath Sharma, and hailed from Merabil of Udalguri.

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“Also, I am concerned about the doubtful racket of human trafficking as she was from Udalguri, Assam, passport from Noida, and was working in  Israel. So far, no employer or her agent coming forward to help after her death. I have told Helping Hands volunteer to lodge a police complaint at Tel Aviv that the NOC seems to be fake and request police of Israel to investigate it. I also directed the volunteer to complaint to the Indian Embassy, Tel Aviv about her death. All her organs were being taken out mysterious after NOC by her father on the same day of her death,” he added.

Neha was born on July 16,1980 and her registered Passport Number was L637541.

Hibu also directed Helping Hands NGO volunteer to perform cremation as per Hindu rites at Tel Aviv, Israel.

“Helping Hands NGO will bear the cost of cremation. I have also asked the NGO to send the ashes in a packet for immersing it at Haridwar by our activist of Helping Hands. Panditji  of Punjabi Bagh Crematorium, West Delhi will perform puja for peace of her soul. I am also, trying to contact the MEA top officials for help and intervention in the case,” Hibu said.