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Hannah Foster murder case: Court reserves order on Kohlis extradition

A city court today reserved its order for the extradition of Maninder Pal Singh Kohli, a Non Resident Indian (NRI), who has been accused of raping and murdering a British teenager, Hannah Foster, till June 6.

New Delhi, May 14 : A city court today reserved its order for the extradition of Maninder Pal Singh Kohli, a Non Resident Indian (NRI), who has been accused of raping and murdering a British teenager, Hannah Foster, till June 6.

As the External Affairs Ministry today advanced certain additional submissions, Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Kamini Lau said she would hear the final arguments on June 1.

Foster's parents visited India in February with the motive of expediting an early extradition of the accused to the UK.

Hannah's parents, Trevor and Hilary Foster, had also written to President A P J Abdul Kalam, Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh and former Chief Justice of India Y.K. Sabharwal to cut short the judicial delay.

Kohli, a truck driver in Britain, accused of abducting, raping and killing Hannah had fled to the country two days after her body was found, but was nabbed from a remote village bordering Nepal.

Hannah's body was found on the outskirts of Southampton in March 2003.

ANI

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