Officers say a woman was mauled to death by her pit bulls
Bennelong by-election: John Alexander's win marred by freaky joke about disabled people
Stranded skiers reported on Pennsylvania chairlift
Rep. Kihuen announces he will not seek reelection
Utah Jazz Center Rudy Gobert Diagnosed with PCL Injury
Allahabad HC acquits Talwars in Aarushi murder case, gives benefit of doubt
12 October 2017, 04:07 | Erica Roy
Aarushi-Hemraj murder case: Allahabad HC acquits Nupur, Rajesh Talwar; gives them benefit of doubt
In the sensational murder case of 14-year-old Arushi Talwar, parents of the victim Rajesh and Nupur were today acquitted by the Allahabad High CourtANI reported.
Although, a special CBI court had found Aarushi's parents guilty in 2012, the dentist couple chose to appeal against the order at the AllahabadHigh Court.
After the conviction by a Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) court in 2013, parents of Aarushi, Rajesh Talwar and Nupur Talwar, had appealed to Allahabad High Court.
The shooting of Rahasya was completed before the verdict in the case arrived, and it could release only in January 2015, after the November 2013 CBI special court verdict was out. This decision by the Allahabad HC was a big one as it accepted the plea from Rajesh and Nupur Talwar who were convicted of the murder of their own daughter earlier.
Fourteen-year-old Aarushi Talwar was found dead on May 16, 2008 in her house in Noida with her throat slit and head bludgeoned.
Pinaki Mishra, the lawyer who appeared for the couple in the Supreme Court, said the CBI will have no case to argue in the Supreme Court.
The Talwars then approached the Allahabad High Court, challenging this order.
However, a day after Aarushi;s murder, Hemraj was found dead in the terrace.
"My film is a suspense drama about a father accused of a father murdering his daughter".
Six days after Aarushi's body was found, police suspected it to be a case of honour killing and her dentist parents, Rajesh Talwar and Nupur Talwar, came under the scanner.
After the state police failed to crack the case, the then UP chief minister Mayawati recommended a CBI probe to resolve the murder mystery.
"Any person after spending this amount of jail will feel happy to get freedom". The open-ended films mostly tried to focus on the Talwars' ordeal and tried to recreate the situations that might have led a couple to take their own child's life. The police was accused by many for not doing their investigation properly and they were even accused of tempering the evidences. However, CBI named Rajesh Talwar as the prime suspect while giving a clean chit to Krishna and two other domestic helps who were also arrested in the case.
"One of the big loopholes in the investigation was that Hemraj's blood was never found in the room", said AP Singh.