Home / Politics / Policy /  Nithari killer Surinder Koli’s death sentence stayed for one week

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday stayed the execution of death sentence of Surinder Koli for killing children in a house in Nithari village in Noida near New Delhi in 2006.

The bench comprising justices H.L. Dattu and A.R. Dave stayed the execution for a period of one week. An official of the apex court said that the plea in this regard was mentioned before the bench after midnight and the order was passed at 1:40am.

The official said the order has been communicated to the jail authorities concerned. Koli was to be hanged on 12 September in Meerut jail, where he has been kept in a high-security barrack.

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