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Friday, Dec 13, 2019

Talwar family should sue UP cops: Renuka

Slamming the UP police for bungling the case, Union Minister Renuka Choudhary also asks UP CM Mayawati to stand up and compensate Dr Rajesh Talwar's family. Many holes in CBI theoryTheir roles in the murdersComplicated case

delhi Updated: Jul 12, 2008 22:38 IST


Union Minister for Women and Child Development Renuka Choudhary on Saturday slammed the Uttar Pradesh police for "bungling" the Aarushi murder case and said the Talwar family should sue them.

"The family should sue the state police and those responsible for bungling the case terrifyingly must be suspended," Chaudhary said, a day after the CBI gave Aarushi's father Rajesh Talwar a clean chit in the case.

She also asked Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati "to stand up and compensate Dr Rajesh Talwar's family for the agony it went through.

"The UP Chief Minister cannot ignore her responsibility. She must make the police accountable," the minister told CNN-IBN news channel.

Talwar was released from the Dasna jail on Saturday after the CBI told a UP court on Friday that it has no evidence against the dentist in the sensational Noida double murder case.

"We have lost complete confidence in police...The way it provided salacious details about the young girl. The police assassinated characters, casts aspersions and tarnished the reputation of a minor young girl," the minister said.

Sympathising with Dr Talwar's family, Chaudhary asked, "who empowered the police to ruin relations between two perfectly normal families (Talwar and his colleague Anita Durrani). And how could UP police miss what was staring them in their eyes."

"If this is how police conduct investigations," the Minister said, adding "nobody will ever come out to speak the truth and is the biggest insecurity of today's law-abiding citizen."