Surender Koli Gets His 14th Death Sentence. A Look Back at the Horrific Case

Cooley, who was convicted of raping and killing several children between 2005 and 2006, has already been sentenced to death in 13 cases.  (Photo: Suman Bhumik/Shutterstock)

Cooley, who was convicted of raping and killing several children between 2005 and 2006, has already been sentenced to death in 13 cases. (Photo: Suman Bhumik/Shutterstock)

The horrific case came to light in December 2006 when skeletons were found in a drain near a house in Nithari

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  • Last updated:May 20 2022 07:35 IST
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Surinder Kohli handed down his 14th death sentence in relation to the infamous Nethari murders in Noida in UP.

Cooley, who was convicted of raping and killing several children between 2005 and 2006, has already been sentenced to death in 13 cases.

The horrific case came to light in December 2006 when skeletons were found in a drain near a house in Nethari.

In the present case, he was convicted under Section 364 of the Indian Penal Code (kidnapping or kidnapping for the sake of murder) and section 302 (punishment for murder).

Cooley was arrested by the CBI, who filed multiple lawsuits against him and filed indictments in all cases.

Cooley allegedly lured children home, offered them candy and chocolate, killed them, and had sex with corpses. He was also accused of cannibalism. He would throw bones and other body parts into a pit behind the house.

His employer, businessman Muninder Singh Bandar, who was involved in the charge of brutal murder and rape in the Nethari case, was sentenced under Section 5 of the Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act 1956.

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