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NEKRTC worker decides to sell off kidney, here’s why


Team Udayavani, Feb 10, 2021, 1:44 PM IST

Kushtagi: A North Eastern Karnataka Road Transport Corporation worker has drawn criticism after he decided to sell off his kidneys over deduction of salary.

Hanamantha, a resident of Kushtagi, works at the Gangavathi Bus Depot as a driver cum operator. His salary has been deducted and was paid a very little amount.

Upset over his low-wage Hanamantha shared a post on social media stating, “I’m a NEKRTC worker, I don’t have money to buy ration as my salary has been deducted so I have decided to sell off my kidney.”

The post shared by Hanamantha has gone viral on social media platforms.

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