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Tuesday, January 30, 2007
Nithari killings: Pandher, Koli undergo another round of lie-detector tests
Moninder Singh Pandher and Surender Koli, the main accused in the gruesome killings of children in Nithari village, were put through another round of polygraph tests at the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) headquarters in New Delhi.

The CBI reportedly found that the results of the first round of the lie-detector tests were not very conclusive.

Pandher and his servant Koli had been taken to various places in Noida on Monday for corroboration of the revelations made by them. Later, when Pandher was being questioned at the CBI headquarters, his relatives came to meet him, but they were not allowed to do so.

Though he has not been forthcoming during interrogation, it is learnt that the CBI has gathered evidence of Pandher's involvement in the ghastly serial killings.

In another development, some residents of Nithari and the parents of missing children from the nearby areas blocked traffic for about three hours on the road passing by the Noida residence of Pandher, demanding that the investigation be expedited. They expressed dissatisfaction at the manner in which the case was being handled.

NO HEADWAY IN PROBE: Even one month after the macabre killings in Nithari started unfolding, the investigators have gained little or no insight into the minds of the two key accused, Pandher and Koli.

It was after the glaring lapses in the investigation by the Noida police came to light that the case was handed over to the CBI.

But the CBI is reportedly not satisfied with the interrogation the two accused. Neither have they much faith in the narco-analysis report already released.

Not only the CBI but also the forensic experts from Gujarat also suggested that the tests were not done properly.

The two main accused are still hiding the facts. Pandher, the owner of Noida's house of horror, has remained a tough nut to crack.

However, the CBI has now discovered that Pandher had regularly paid money to the Noida police officials to avoid being arrested in the last two years – a crime that can put a few police officers behind bars.


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