Did the Talwars really kill Aarushi- Hemraj? 15 points that suggest otherwise
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Even though the event became a high-profile criminal case demanding fair trial in the interest of justice, the CBI seems to have done everything possible in its might to prove them guilty even though one of its officers had pleaded in court for Rajesh Talwar to be released from custody because his role in the crime had been “thoroughly investigated”, his tests showed “no deception”, none of the crime scene clues matched with him, and his custody was not required “in the interest of justice”.
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How the names of Durranis emerged in Aarushi-Hemraj murder case?
According to police, the motive behind murder was to prevent the girl from revealing Rajesh’s “affair” with colleague Anita Durrani.
Later it was reported that Rajesh Talwar had killed her daughter in order to stop her from exposing sleaze involving several people. Many influential people in Delhi — Rajesh is known to have had VIP patients — allegedly had a role in the sordid goings-on and there would be pressure from them not to expose the alleged racket.
Rajesh and Nupur, both dentists by profession, owned a clinic at Sector 27 that had two other dentists on its payroll: Anita Durrani and her husband Praful Durrani. Rajesh and Anita would be in office from 9 am to noon and Nupur and Praful between 5 pm and 7pm. They enjoyed the same weekly offs.
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According to reports, Talwars and the Durranis would meet every now and then at the flat and Aarushi would be locked up in her room during such “parties”.
On the day of the murders, Rajesh and Anita had allegedly skipped work, both at the clinic and at Fortis Hospital where they worked together. The Talwars allegedly exchanged several phone calls with the Durranis before and after the murders.
The Durranis were detained for questioning.
Gurudarshan Singh, inspector-general of police (Meerut zone), had named Rajesh as the killer but had mentioned only the relationship with Anita Durrani as the real motive.
Gurudarshan Singh even had claimed it was an “honour killing” case saying Rajesh was angry with his daughter for having an affair with Hemraj.
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Where are Rajkumar, Krishna and Vijay Mandalwho were arrested by the CBI?
Rajkumar, Krishna and Vijay Mandal, the three domestic helps arrested by the CBI for the double murder of Hemraj and Aarushi, lost their job and are still struggling to find respect.
Rajkumar did not find a job anywhere after he got bail. He was released on bail, after 90 days in jail, only because the CBI could not keep the accused behind bars without filing a chargesheet.
Like Rajkumar, Krishna too was unemployed. Previously an assistant at Dr Rajesh Talwar's Noida clinic, he had no job ever since his release from jail.
Vijay Mandal too lost his job in the NCR. The fact that he does not hide the fact that he had been to jail, ensured that he remained jobless. He lived with his parents in Bihar's Madhubani district where he helped his father on his modest agricultural plot.
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The palm print found on the terrace of Rajesh and Nupur Talwar's flat. Rajesh has on many occasions demanded that Touch DNA should be conducted on this palm print.
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The police did not bother to take the entire mattress for forensic test. It only took a part of it to ascertain the identity of culprits involved in the heinous crime.
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Domestic help Hemraj's body was found lying on the terrace the next day.
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Rajesh Talwar helping the police take out the dead body.
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