Delhi court cleared the extradition
of NRI Maninder Kohli but Father said that his son has framed
New Delhi, June 8, 2007
A Delhi court, Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Kamini
Lau allowed the extradition of NRI Maninder Pal Singh Kohli to
the UK and ruled, "I hereby hold that there is sufficient
material to establish a strong prima facie case against the fugitive,
leading to an irresistible conclusion that fugitive appears to
have committed the offences of kidnapping, rape and murder."
It is also very cleared that NO DEATH PENALITY should be awarded
to Kohli even after he was found guilty after the trial there.
Jagjit Singh Kohli, 75, father of Maninder Pal Singh Kohli
Jagjit Singh has lost his wife Harwinder Kaur last year
after the prolonged illness.
The father of Maninder Pal Singh Kohli, Mr. Jagjit Singh Kohli
- My son is victim of racism
- My son has framed up in the Hannah foster murder case
- He believed his son is innocent.
- I have the copies of BBC news which had announced that Hannah
was not raped and even Scotland Yard was also working on the
- It was just co incidence that he was in India, to see his
mother which was in Coma, after the alleged murder of Hannah.
- His British colleague who was working in same company had
hatched the conspiracy to framed his son in the alleged rape
and murders case.
- The Indian Government who has failed to protect the rights
of Indians who have been victimizing by the colonizing system
of British. He said that Indians were psychcophants and will
be bowing down to British rulers.
The Delhi court said the act of fleeing from Britain
on the pretext of visiting his ailing mother in India and his
continuous efforts to evade the arrest had made it a fit case
to extradite him.
The court also took into account the telephonic records which
indicated that Hannah had made desperate phone calls on police
helpline numbers on the night of her murder.