Aarushi Murder Case: Allahabad High Court acquits Talwar family

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Allahabad High Court has announced its verdict on a petition lodged by Rajesh and Nupur Talwar, demanding a CBI court order that declaring them guilty for the double assassination of their daughter Aarushi. Talwar family has declared acquitted on Thursday  and their arrest in the 2008 assassination of their teenage daughter Aarushi have been cancelled.

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In November 2013, the special CBI Court issued them a life term in Ghaziabad following it recovered the duo culpable of the offense. Since 2013, Rajesh and Nupur Talwar have been in prison. The Central Beaurau of Investigation had demanded death penalty for them.

In the Allahabad High Court, Rajesh and Nupur Talwar lodged a plea demanding their arrest. In September 2017, a high court bench involving Justice BK Narayana and Justice AK Mishra had set aside its judgement on the plea lodged by the blamed duo.

Image result for Allahabad High Court judgement on Talwar couple's petition today over Aarushi murder caseAt the time of primary investigation, Noida police had blamed Rajesh Talwar of assassinating Aarushi and Hemraj following allegedly noticing them in a bad position. Though, they had no proof to confirm this allegation.

On the other hand, Talwars have refused that they are indulged and accused the media for showing the matter in sensational manner and showing them as the criminals. Four years back, the judge who recovered them culpable affirmed that they had also ruined proof.

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Following this probe was condemned; the Central Beaurau of Investigation took this case under them. In December 2010, CBI stated the court that it had not any proof in the matter while believing Rajesh Talwar of the double assassination, the court affirmed that the matter could not be ended.

 

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