After the Wednesday's order, issued by special judicial magistrate Priti Singh, CBI counsels told Hindustan Times that there were several important points which led the court to take cognizance of the final report of the CBI and made Rajesh Talwar and Nupur accused in the Aarushi murder case.
The CBI counsels said 'dressing up' of the scene of the crime was the most important aspect highlighted in the final report.
The report also highlighted that Aarushi's body was found covered with a white blanket and her bed-linen was found undisturbed.Also, Talwars' domestic help Hemraj's body was dragged to the terrace and was found covered and the door to the terrace was locked for the first time on the night of crime.
The final report also pointed out that there were existence of bloodstains/drag marks and wiped blood marks on the staircase leading to the terrace. Also, the presence of a scotch bottle on the dining table of Talwars' was found containing blood of both the victims.
Surgical cuts on the necks of both the victims were the handiwork of a professional and this could only be done by the parents, as there were no outsiders in the house.
The final report states that the police was misled by the parents to search for Hemraj. After Hemraj's body was found, they refused to identify the same.
A golf club, which was found missing earlier, was later detected by the Talwars. But they did not intimate this to the police or CBI. "The facts and circumstances revealed that the murder was caused by a golf club which indicates that the assault was initiated on the basis of a grave and sudden provocation," the report stated.
The final report said there was an attempt to influence the doctor conducting Aarushi's post-mortem.
"The dressing up of the scene held the most important part in the final report. Only the parents could do it and there was no possibility that any outsider would come for murders and bother to dress up the entire scene of crime," CBI counsel RK Saini told Hindustan Times.
Besides, the CBI said they have sufficient material evidence to prove the 'un-explained router activity'.
Talwar was operating the Internet till 12.08am on the fateful day. Around 11pm, he had asked Nupur to switch on the router which was placed inside Aarushi's room.
The router remained active with small gaps till 3.43am and was then finally switched off.
The service provider told the CBI that such activity was possible either with physical switch on and switch off or during the power-cuts.