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Posted: 11 September 2008 at 2:28pm | IP Logged
Aarushi's parents give CBI a surprise visit


New Delhi: 

Desperate: Aarushi's parents Rajesh and Nupur Talwar

A day after the CBI said it would not file the chargesheet for the time being in the Noida double murder case, Aarushi Talwar's parents yesterday met senior officials of the investigating agency on the progress in the probe. Rajesh and Nupur Talwar arrived at the CBI headquarters for discussions with senior CBI officials, including Joint Director Arun Kumar. The CBI officials appeared surprised by the sudden appearance of the couple at the agency office and started checking whether any summons had been issued.

The Talwars voiced apprehensions over their security and whether releasing of some of the accused could hamper the investigation process. Krishna, Talwar's  compounder, is likely to get a bail on September 13, as the CBI has said that it would not be filing its chargesheet as of now. 
 
"We were hopeful that the CBI would file a charge sheet on time," said Rajesh on Tuesday, after the probe agency admitted it had no proof against the three men - Krishna, Rajkumar and Vijay Mandal - who were accused of involvement in the double murder.

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Aarushi case: Krishna; Raj Kumar released on bail

Ghaziabad (PTI): Krishna and Raj Kumar,the two remaining suspects in the Aarushi murder case, were on Thursday granted bail by a designated court after the CBI failed to file a chargesheet within the mandatory 90-day period. Special CBI Judge Rama Jain granted bail to Krishna, compounder of Aarushi's father Rajesh Talwar, on furnishing two sureties of Rs 25,000 each and a personal bond of the same amount. Raj Kumar, domestic help of Talwar's family friend, was also granted bail on submitting two sureties of Rs 25,000 each. Both Krishna and Raj Kumar were arrested by the CBI on June 13 and June 27 respectively in connection with the murder of 14-year-old Aarushi, a class IX student of DPS Noida, and her domestic help Hemraj. The double murders took place on the intervening night of May 15 and 16.

While there was no hearing on Krishna's bail application which was moved by senior counsel R K Anand and F C Sharma, CBI had opposed the bail plea of Raj Kumar contending that his release would be detrimental to the ongoing investigations.

Raj Kumar's counsel contended that there was no evidence against his client, but the CBI informed the court that it had telephonic records suggesting that the accused was constantly in touch with Hemraj.

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Posted: 12 September 2008 at 3:54pm | IP Logged
Thanks for sharing Shefali.
 
That means as expected case closed due ot lack of evidence. This is one case that will always remind me of Inefficiencies of law enforcement agencies in our country. Very sad!
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Rajkumar's allegations baseless: CBI

The CBI has refuted the allegations made by Rajkumar, one of the accused in the Arushi-Hemraj murder case, that he was tortured to give a fabricated statement.

Rajkumar, a domestic help of the Duranis family friends of the Talwars had alleged that the CBI sleuths lured him with money as well as threatened to kill him "in return of help".

"They offered me a flat and a car for confessing before the camera that Krishna and Vijay Mandal killed both Arushi and Hemraj," Rajkumar said.

A CBI official said that there was nothing to comment on such frivolous allegations.


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Posted: 17 September 2008 at 2:56am | IP Logged
Originally posted by uknaik99

Rajkumar's allegations baseless: CBI

The CBI has refuted the allegations made by Rajkumar, one of the accused in the Arushi-Hemraj murder case, that he was tortured to give a fabricated statement.

Rajkumar, a domestic help of the Duranis family friends of the Talwars had alleged that the CBI sleuths lured him with money as well as threatened to kill him "in return of help".

"They offered me a flat and a car for confessing before the camera that Krishna and Vijay Mandal killed both Arushi and Hemraj," Rajkumar said.

A CBI official said that there was nothing to comment on such frivolous allegations.

CBI aagar yeh Janta janardhan jiskeh paisah lehkurr app kaam kartay hoh woh saboot maangey toh kya aap saafai mein yahi kahohgey?? Obviously there are two separate laws operating in India. One for the Janta one for the High and Mighty CBI. Kicking%20DirtTime has come to conduct a public lynching of the Politicians and the entire Police in India. I am sorry that I criticized the late Indira Gandhi about exrecising the emergency back in 1975!!! 


Edited by bunbutt_too - 17 September 2008 at 3:06am
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Aarushi case: Rajkumar in Nepal, CBI clueless


Rajkumar, one of the three suspects in the murder of teenager Aarushi Talwar and her domestic help Hemraj, has been in Nepal for the last week, his lawyer said. But the CBI maintained it was unaware of his whereabouts.

Rajkumar is an accused in the case along with fellow Nepali Krishna and Vijay Mandal. While Rajkumar worked as a domestic help with a friend of the Talwar famly, Krishna was assistant to Aarushi's dentist father Rajesh Talwar and Vijay Mandal worked in the neighbourhood. All three are out on bail.

Rajkumar's lawyer Naresh Yadav confirmed that he had left for Nepal on Sep 16 to visit his family.

"He had left Delhi on Sep 16 and gone to Lucknow with his uncle; from there he went to Nepal. He has been in Nepal since last week," Yadav said.

"The court has his address and the address of his relatives in the city. They even have all details of his guarantors. He has just gone back home to meet his relatives and has not run away," Yadav added.

"He will return whenever the CBI (Central Bureau of Investigation) requires him to."

The CBI, however, said it did not know that Rajkumar had left for Nepal.

"We do not know as of now whether Rajkumar has left for Nepal. It has to be verified. If his departure is in violation of bail terms, we will take necessary action against him as per law," CBI's Press Information Officer R.K. Gaur told IANS.

Krishna's family denied media reports that he also had returned to Nepal.

Krishna's sister-in-law Pooja said: "He is not in Nepal. He is in the city."

Aarushi was found killed with her throat slit in her Noida home May 16. Police initially blamed the Talwar's domestic help Hemraj but backtracked after his body was found a day later on the terrace of the apartment.


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I think that all the Nepali helpers who were rounded up as suspects and were cooling their heels in jails for three months because of the C.B.I.'s depseration to solve the crime should hight tail it out of India for good. The C.B.I. nor the police will let them live in peace anymore.
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Posted: 09 October 2008 at 10:25pm | IP Logged
Is Arushi CBI's nemesis?

Delhi:
 The Central Bureau of Investigation spent four months probing the sensational Arushi-Hemraj murder case, arrested four people, including the father of the Noida teen, but is yet to find anything substantial.

This was corroborated by the findings of a three-member team, which was constituted by the top investigating agency, to look into the case afresh.

The team found a new set of fingerprints on a liquor bottle which also has blood of the victims on it. It does not belong to any of the accused.

It raises some serious questions about the probe so far as well as the veracity of the charges brought against the accused in the case. It also brings into focus the fact that nothing could be found in the scientific examination of the accused.

Sources said that the blood on the bottle matched that of Arushi's but the person behind the fingerprints is still at large.

Three people Krishna, Rajkumar and Vijay Mandal were arrested by the CBI and Arushi's father Dr Rajesh Talwar too was questioned.

Clueless

Before taking over the case the CBI had said that the chargesheet would be based on the forensic evidence and the post mortem reports of the victims. But even after four months, the agency has failed to get any conclusive proof regarding the murder weapon. Also, the mobile phones of the deceased are to be recovered and further linkages probed.

The CBI has been maintaining that the weapon used in the double murder case was a heavy and sharp-edged one which could be a 'khukri.'

The CBI recovered several sets of fingerprints but none of them matched with that of the suspects and all the accused were released on bail.

After being released on bail, Krishna and Rajkumar have gone back to their ancestral village in Nepal while Vijay Mandal too has shifted to his home in West Bengal. The agency is yet to  file a chargesheet.
A Letters Rogatory is being sent to Nepal, seeking assistance in locating some witnesses and mobile phones of the deceased.

Nothing new

The sources said that the three-member team has no new evidence or possible murder theory to go ahead with. 

The accused were also made to undergo narco-analysis tests whose findings are not admissible in courts. Though, based on the reports of the tests, the agency claimed that Rajkumar was the primary accused and the other two assisted him, it could not get anything to put that in the form of a chargesheet.

The history

Arushi was found killed with her throat slit in her Noida home on May 16. The Noida police initially blamed the family help Hemraj but backtracked after his body was found a day later on the terrace of the apartment.
Arushi's dentist father Rajesh Talwar was arrested a week later. On July 11, CBI joint director Arun Kumar gave a clean chit to Talwar and accused his medical assistant Krishna and two others, Raj Kumar and Vijay Mandal, on the basis of narco analysis tests.

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