09 May 2011

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Surender Koli files Mercy Petition CBI Court Ordered Death Punishment to Surender Koli in Nithari serial killings case

Surender Koli files Mercy Petition CBI Court Ordered Death Punishment to Surender Koli in Nithari serial killings case

A total of 16 cases were registered against Surender Koli after Nithari serial killings came to light in December 2006.

Koli was sentenced to death in four other cases. Both Koli and Pandher are currently lodged in the high-security Dasna Jail.

February 13, 2009 - Surender Koli and his employer Moninder Singh Pandher were sentenced to death by the Ghaziabad court.

September 11, 2009 –
The Allahabad High Court had confirmed Surender Koli death punishment.
And acquitted Moninder Singh Pandher.

Then Koli filed appeal in Supreme Court of India.
In February Supreme Court confirmed the death penalty awarded to Surender Koli
in the case related to rape and murder of 14-year-old Rimpa Haldar.

A bench of justices Markandey Katju and Gyan Sudha Misra had said, "Koli has not retracted his confessional statement" and the circumstances in which the crime was committed was "premeditated" falling in the "rarest of rare category".

Relying upon the Koli's confessional statement, in which he had given "graphic details" of how he used to allure and kill young girls in Noida, the court said, "The confessions had been made voluntarily before the magistrate and there is no defect in it."
The bench confirmed Koli's death sentence, first awarded by CBI special court at Ghaziabad and later endorsed by the high court, dismissing his appeal in one of the first of the 16 cases.

Koli has given statement in his own statement he has said and described that how he allured the girls and then strangulated them. He also confessed that he used to have sex with dead bodies and would eat parts of human body after cooking them.

CBI Judge Shyam Lal issued the death warrant for execution of Koli
The judge said that Koli should be hanged between May 24 and May 31 at 4 AM.

After this death warrant order Surender Koli moved a mercy petition before the President of India.

Now let us see in after how many Years President of India will get time to confirm his death punishment.

Now the time has come to demand remove the power of Pardon of President to criminals.

President does not need this power to forgive anyone. Or Minimum 90 day’s time frame should be fix for the President to take decision regarding confirmation of death punishment.

If president of India does not take decision then automatically it should be believed and treated that President has said Yes for the death Punishment.

Now what happens in India President does not take any decision for 10 Year or 5 years or sometimes forever.

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Monday, May 09, 2011

Keyword Tag – Nithari Case Koli Death Punishment Mercy Petition


Apanatva May 09, 2011  

I totally agree with you.
In such cases President of India should not have any power to pardon criminals.........

SM May 10, 2011  


Kirtivasan,  May 11, 2011  

Surinder Koli is a maniac. A man having a mental disease.

His mental disease should be cured by a psychologist. He does not deserve any mercy petition at all.

sm,  May 11, 2011  


rams,  April 06, 2012  

hang him today.....why r we waiting.....