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Hemraj’s wife lands in Ghaziabad, moves court

india Updated: Mar 26, 2011 23:53 IST
Peeyush Khandelwal

The widow of Hemraj Banjade, the domestic help of the Talwars who was found dead a day after Noida teenager Aarushi's murder, has approached a Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) court at Ghaziabad and filed an application on Saturday.

In her application filed before the court, which would come up for a possible hearing on April 27, Khumkala Banjade claimed that her husband had told her several things about the Talwars, around 15 days before his murder, and wanted them to be recorded as his statement.

She also said in her application that her husband was disturbed and told her about several things during his visit in December 2007 and wanted to change his job.

"She has alleged that the Talwars were responsible for her husband's murder and that they had threatened him not to reveal things related to their lifestyle. She said they never bothered to contact her after her husband's death," Banjade's advocate Naresh Yadav said.

Khumkala Banjade (43), who came from Agrakanchi area of Nepal, will also hold a press conference in Noida on Sunday.

At present, the Talwars stand accused under sections of murder, destruction of evidence with common intention in double-murder case, after the CBI Special Judicial Magistrate Priti Singh took cognizance of CBI's final report and issued summons against the couple.