Nithari: Raid on dismissed SI's home, cash found
New Delhi, Jan 30: As a follow up to conducting polygraph tests onNithari serial killings accused, the CBI today raided the Meerutpremises of a woman Sub-Inspector posted at Nithari police 'chowki' andseized nearly rupees three lakh.
The raids were conducted this afternoon in Meerut at the residenceof Simranjit Kaur, posted at Nithari police post for the last twoyears, ever since the children started 'disappearing', said a seniorCBI official.
''Nearly three lakh rupees were recovered from her residence alongwith some incriminating documents.'' Simranjit, who is said to be closeto Moninder Singh Pandher, was dismissed after initial investigationswere conducted into the incident. Raids were conducted today after someadditional information on her was received during ongoinginvestigations, he added.
The raid, which follows the polygraph tests on Pandher yesterdayand a day before that, were a follow-up on the 'confessions' madeduring the 'tests', said sources.
It was Simranjit who told the father of Payal -- the girl whosemobile recovery led to the unravelling of the case -- that the casecould not be registered as she had eloped, when he went to register hiscomplaint on his daughter's disappearance naming Pandher and SurinderKoli, sources added.