CBI probe and Forensic tests for Noida killingStating that Uttar Pradesh government had ultimately bowed to public pressure by agreeing on a CBI probe into the killing of innumerable children at Nithari village in Noida, the BJP today said the investigation should start immediately.
The two accused of Nithari killings, Moninder Singh Pandher and Surinder Koli were put through various psychological tests today at the Forensic Science Laboratory here.
Noida Deputy SP Dinesh Yadav, who accompanied the accused from Delhi, told newspersons near the FSL that they had requested the officials here to conduct three tests -- narco-analysis, lie-detector and brain mapping -- in order to probe the missing gaps.
''The tests are part of the investigations, and are being done on court orders,'' Mr Yadav said.
Asked about the possibility of a link to organ trade, the DSP said, ''The case would be probed from every possible angle.'' Refusing to to give a time-frame for completion of the tests, the FSL Director said it could take at least three to four days. ''It depends on the personality and the mental status of the accused.
They are human beings, nothing can be fixed. But it might take three to four days,'' he added.
He said the FSL here was recognized as number one in the country and declared as the national resource centre by the Centre.
''The laboratory has various facilities in narco-analysis, psychological profiling, and lie-detection, among others, of international standards,'' the Director said.
Several important cases like the Madhumita murder case, Anara CD analysis, Telgi case, and others were brought here for investigations.