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Nithari: CBI files 2nd chargesheet

CBI has filed another chargesheet in the Nithari case, charging Koli with the murder and rape of one Pinki Sarkar.

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Updated:April 10, 2007, 4:27 PM IST
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Nithari: CBI files 2nd chargesheet
CBI has filed another chargesheet in the Nithari case, charging Koli with the murder and rape of one Pinki Sarkar.

New Delhi: The CBI on Tuesday filed a second chargesheet in the Nithari serial killings case, charging prime accused Surendra Koli with the murder and rape of Nithari resident Pinki Sarkar.

The other prime accused in the case Moninder Singh Pandher has not been charged with any of the murders. Earlier Koli had confessed to killing 16 children.

In the first chargesheet, the CBI had given a clean chit to Pandher, saying he was not aware of the killings that had taken place in his D-5 Sector 30 residence.

The CBI had slapped lesser charges on Pandher that included indulging in prostitution, bribing police and destruction of evidence. The CBI probe concluded that Pandher wasn't in his house when Koli committed the murders, and that he was unaware of the killings.

Surendra and Moninder have been accused of sexually abusing the children, before brutally killing them.

The grisly case has taken many twists and turns since then with allegations like necrophilia, organ trade and cannibalism doing the rounds.

Badly shaken by the ghoulish serial killings, several families living in Nithari village have started fleeing the area.

On February 15, the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) jumped into the fray demanding to know why only 19 cases had been registered when media reports stated that at least 38 children were missing from the area.

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