Blog Flux LinkLog: Outgoing Link Logging and Click Tracking for National and International News ---------------------------------------------------- -----------------------------------------------

Top Stories of the Week

Wednesday, January 03, 2007

Lathicharge on irate villagers - Noida

Serial Killing, NoidaOn January 1st 2007, Police claimed to have recovered arms and chemicals from the residence of the accused in the serial killing of children and women in Sector 31 Nithari village here.
Searches carried out Dec 31st, 2006 at the house of Mohinder Singh Pandher led to the recovery of a rifle, a revolver and some chemicals, said a police official.

''Some pornographic CDs and literature were also found during the overnight search operation.'' Blood stains were also found at two places inside the palatial house of Pandher (60), a manufacturer and supplier of earth movers and bulldozers, said the official adding that the chemical and samples of blood stains sent for forensic examination.

Meanwhile, on Sunday (Dec 31st, 20060) police resorted to lathicharge on irate villagers in Nithari village who pelted stones on forces deployed there after they tried to enter the 'killer house' at about 1500 hrs by breaking the barricading put there. The mob also vandalised Noida medical centre and broke a few ambulances.

In wake of mounting agitation against the brutal killings, the State government has announced a compensation of Rs 2 lakh for the victims' families. The state government had ordered a high-level inquiry into the incident, fixing the responsibility of those guilty of laxity in conducting investigations, which would submit its reports in three days.

Former UP chief minister and Bahujan Samajwadi chief Mayawati visited the Nithari village and demanded a CBI inquiry into the incident. "We will also write a letter to UP Governor. We also request Central Government to impose President's rule in the state,” she said.

Surendra was arrested on Friday and he allegedly confessed to sexually abusing and murdering at least seven children after police found the skeletons following a tipoff. The remains of the children were found buried in plastic bags behind a water tank in the house of a businessman for whom Kohli worked in Noida.

The businessman, Mohinder Singh, and a medical store owner were also arrested, but police have refused to say whether they had any direct involvement in the killings. The police say after the bodies, many of them in parts, were found, the alleged killer, a domestic servant at the house, confessed to luring at least seven children to the home and killing them.

Labels: ,


Post a Comment

<< Home

PageRank Tool

News, World news, Breaking news, Current events, Sports news, National news, International news, Business news, Current news, News stories, News articles, News headlines, Latest news, Entertainment news, News updates, Finance news, News portal, Online news, Samachar, Top news stories