Accused to undergo lie detection test today
Source: The Sangai Express

Imphal, August 08: James Kuki, the prime accused in the kidnapping and murder of Lungnila Elizabeth and another suspect will undergo lie-test tomorrow.

The lie detector device was brought to Imphal by Director of Central Forensic Science Laboratory, New Delhi.

The lie detection test will be most probably done in the 1st MR campus tomorrow at about 9 am, informed a reliable source.

Other than the suspects, the Director and an interpreter (Manipuri to Hindi), no other individual will be allowed to enter the room where the lie detection test will be conducted.

A set queries has already been prepared by experts in consultation with the investigating CBI team to quiz the duo during the test.

Though such lie detection test normally takes three days, it cannot be ascertained whether the whole process can be completed within the stipulated time or not.

A CBI team pulled up James Kuki from Dimapur in June this year while the other suspect was nabbed from Nagamapal Kangjabi Leirak.

body of Lungnila Elizabeth was found in a gunny bag at Tera Sadokpam Leikai on November 12, 2003 after she was abducted on November 4 of the same year.