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Suspects in Aarushi case plan to sue CBI after found innocent

The three domestic helps, who were earlier suspected to be involved in the murder of Aarushi Talwar but later found innocent, are planning to sue CBI for falsely implicating them in the case.

delhi Updated: Jan 01, 2011 19:34 IST

The three domestic helps, who were earlier suspected to be involved in the murder of Aarushi Talwar but later found innocent, are planning to sue CBI for falsely implicating them in the case.

The consul of Krishna, Rajkumar and Vijay Mandal on Saturday applied for an official copy of the closure report of Aarushi-Hemraj murder case after which he will seek compensation from the CBI.

"My clients were not involved in this double murder case, but they were arrested and interrogated because the CBI motive was to bring out Aarushi's father Rajesh Talwar out of jail," advocate Naresh Yadav alleged.

The consul said that he is going through the report and later will move court to seek compensation under the instructions from his clients.

Krishna was arrested by the CBI and put through tests, including narco-analysis, psychological test and lie-detection test. The same happened with Rajkumar.

Mandal was also arrested by the investigation agency and the trio were accused of killing Aarushi and Hemraj with a khukri, which was never found. Later they were found be innocent during the investigation.