Crime

Troubling gaps

Print edition : October 31, 2014

Surender Kohli (left), with Maninder Singh Pandher (right), coming out of a forensic laboratory in Gandhinagar, Gujarat, in 2007. Photo: PTI

Manjula Krishnan, Joint Secretary in the Ministry of Women and Child Welfare, who headed a probe by the Ministry into the Nithari killings. Photo: P.V. Sivakumar

The drainage canal near Maninder Singh Pandher's house in Noida from where the skeletons of the victims were recovered. Photo: MANAN VATSYAYANA/AFP

The crucial gaps in the investigation and trial of the Nithari case that have come to light are expected to have some impact when the Supreme Court hears afresh the review petition of the death-row convict Surender Koli.
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