Nithari case: Pandher out of hospital
He has been discharged and will be subjected to narco-analysis test on Tuesday.india Updated: Jan 09, 2007 12:33 IST
Prime suspect in the Noida serial murder case Moninder Singh Pandher, admitted to a hospital here to be administered insulin shots, has been discharged and will be subjected to narco-analysis test on Tuesday.
Pandher was discharged late on Monday night and was taken to the Directorate of Forensic Sciences (DFS) where the test is scheduled for later on Tuesday, official sources said.
Being a diabetic, Pandher was taken to the Gandhinagar Civil Hospital last evening for the insulin shots.
According to hospital doctors all his medical parameters were normal.
The director of DFS had last night said that his medical condition will be reviewed before he undergoes the test, the final in a series of three tests which also included a polygraph and brain finger printing ater he was brought here along with his servant Surender Kohli on January 5.
A graduate of St Stephens College, Delhi, Pandher, along with Kohli, is suspected of serial killing of women and children in Nithari village, near Noida in Uttar Pradesh.
All three forensic tests on Surender were completed on Monday.
First Published: Jan 09, 2007 11:50 IST