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Aarushi case: Court examine CBI report today

Central Bureau of Investigation Aarushi murder

Central Bureau of Investigation Aarushi murder

Ghaziabad court today is going to decide the fate of double murder Aarushi case handed over to CBI after initial investigations by Uttar Pradesh and Delhi police. Ghaziabad court is going to examine the closure report by CBI to shut down the investigations in the high profile case as no concrete evidence is found against anyone. Court will decide if on the ground which Central Bureau of Investigation wants to close the case is valid or not.

CBI’s closure report showed Rajesh Talwar father of the victim, Aarushi, as the only suspect in the murders of her daughter and domestic help Hemraj. CBI’s report concluded that no evidence was found against the suspect as well as there was no motive behind the murder, neither any weapon was recovered from the crime scene. On these grounds CBI recommended the closure of the high profile double murder case of 2008 in which more than 30 months of investigation has been done by the agency.

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One of the Talwar’s lawyer Rebecca John told reporters that CBI leaked the closure report to media just to cover up its act and failure in investigation even after 30 months. Rebecca further added that it is the same team of CBI that gave Aarushi’s father a clean chit before and now framing him as the prime suspect in the case.

CBI abruptly closed the case with out filing any chargesheet against anyone but legal experts now believe that there was enough evidence against suspects for CBI to go ahead and file the chargesheet against suspects. Nupur Talwar told reporters that they are not going to file any defamation case against the agency but they want justice for their daughter.

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