Nithari repeat, fear many
Families of Nithari victims and those associated with the case are drawing parallels between their case and the Noida double murder case. They fear that like Moninder Singh Pandher, the CBI would give a clean chit to Dr Rajesh Talwar too. After Krishna, the compounder’s arrest, they claimed the case was going the Nithari case way in which the servant, Surinder Koli, was later made the main accused.
Jhabbu Lal, father of a Nithari victim, said, “The Noida police claims to have the confession of Dr. Rajesh Talwar like it had Pandher’s confession.” Pointing out the case of Koli, he said: “the CBI has been planning to give clean chit to Dr. Talwar. His compounder, detained as witness, has been arrested today,” said Lal. He said Krishna has himself said he was being implicated to save Talwar,” said Lal.
Social worker Usha Thakur said, “The way CBI investigations are going, it looks like Dr. Talwar would be given a clean chit though he was made the prime accused by the Noida police.”
Ashok Kumar, father of another Nithari victim, said, “The Noida police had made Dr. Talwar the prime accused. The CBI should have conducted the narco analysis test on him and his wife Nupur Talwar as contradictory statements were coming from them.”
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