The wife of one of the accused, in this NNIS video, said, “Now I will sell my kidney to get the money. Whatever I can do I will do as I don't have any land, money or anything else and can't do anything. I am helpless. They are not helping us so I have decided to sell my kidney and get back my husband from Dubai.” The women who had initially spoken to the dead guard's wife for seeking pardon for the crime under laws prevalent in Dubai were successful in convincing her, but she asked for a sum of 15 lakhs in Indian rupees as blood money.
One of the lawyers also confirmed the same and added, “They have to pay a sum of 15 lakh rupees in penalty and if they are able to pay that sum their husbands should be released. But these six families they do not have any money or land. They are already suffering and have requested the Prime Minister and the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh for help but the government is not responding.”
Claiming that they did not have resources to raise the money and their request were not granted by the Central Government, the victim's wives then approached the SHRC seeking its nod to sell their kidneys.