Narco test on Nithari killers over, skeletons to tumble out
The FSL Director says that the tests? report would be sent to the Noida court after interpretation and analysis of the data, reports Rathin Das.india Updated: Jan 10, 2007 05:49 IST
The narco-analysis test on the prime accused in the Nithari killings, Moninder Singh Pandher, finished around 9.30 pm on Tuesday night.
FSL Director Dr JM Vyas told waiting newspersons late on Tuesday night that the results of the narco-analysis would now be compared and correlated with the data from the polygraph and brian-mapping tests conducted earlier. “We have not come to any conclusion right now”, Dr Vyas replied to a question.
Dr Sheeva L Vaya, head of the department of the forensic psychology, said that the tests on the killer duo were conducted from two angles. “One aspect was what the accused wanted to say and the other angle was as per what the investigators wanted to know”, she said.
Dr Vyas and Dr Vaya both refused to say whether the duo have been questioned about the allegations of cannibalism and sexual perversions.
The FSL Director said that the tests’ report would be sent to the Noida court after interpretation and analysis of the data collected are completed, which would take few days. The accused would be brought to the FSL again on Wednesday morning for some brief check up before they are flown to Delhi, said Dr Vyas.
Moninder’s cook Surender Koli’s narco-analysis test was completed on Monday night.
Moninder and Surender, the killers of Nithari, are in Gandhinagar since Friday during which they have already gone through polygraph and brain-mapping tests. The killer duo will be flown back to Noida on Wednesday morning when their transit remand would end.