The police on Thursday approached a local court seeking permission to conduct a narco-analysis test and brain mapping on Noida twin-murder accused Rajesh Talwar as his interrogation continued at an undisclosed location.
The police moved an application in the court of Chief Judicial Magistrate AK Singh seeking a nod for conducting narco-analysis test, brain mapping and lie detector tests on Talwar, who has been remanded to police custody for three days ending tomorrow.
Talwar is accused of killing his daughter Aarushi and family help Hemraj on May 16.
Investigators informed the court that the charges of torture and use of "third degree" methods during his interrogation are baseless, sources said.
The police also provided a list of materials, which included details like seizure of Aarushi's laptop from the residence.