Real killers still free: Talwars’ advocate
prosecuting and investigating agencies to crack the case in a professional and meticulous manner. Instead, they found themselves at the receiving end of the investigating agency’s ire.
What eventually happened was the Talwars had to defend themselves for a crime they never committed, while the real killers were not found. Though we are relieved that the Talwars are walking free, the larger question in the parents’ mind would be who the real killers are. Aarushi’s parents as well as other people, who have been following the case, everyone would want to know who the real perpetrators are. But to be realistic, it is a closed door as the evidence was disturbed within 48 hours of the crime. So getting to know the truth about the murders after 10 years is going to be difficult. We have always maintained that the CBI’s theory — there were four people in the house and if two of them were dead then the other two are guilty — was too simplistic because Hemraj had access to the house from the front door. Also, the evidence found in Hemraj’s room show that there was no forced entry. As soon as the Allahabad High Court acquitted Dr Rajesh and Nupur Talwar on Thursday, social media went berserk over the decision. After the Talwar couple were set free by the HC over the murder of 13-year-old Aarushi, various groups on social networking websites applauded the court’s verdict.
‘Justice for Aarushi Talwar’ — a closed group on Facebook — was flooded with happy posts by people congratulating the family for winning the nine-year old battle.
“Welcome back to sanity and dignity...Nupur and Rajesh Talwar” posted Rachna Bhatt from Modinagar. Various pages and communities on Aarushi Talwar were satisfied with Thursday’s verdict.
Aarushi, a class 9 student at a well-known Noida school, was found murdered at her L-