One more day in prison
A sessions court in Ghaziabad on Tuesday reserved its order on Dr Nupur Talwar's regular bail plea. This means she will spend another night at Dasna jail, as the next order is likely to be out on Wednesday. What CBI's closure report saysindia Updated: May 02, 2012 01:27 IST
A sessions court in Ghaziabad on Tuesday reserved its order on Dr Nupur Talwar's regular bail plea. This means she will spend another night at Dasna jail, as the next order is likely to be out on Wednesday.
Her regular bail arguments continued at the sessions court today but Nupur stayed at Dasna jail as she was not ordered to be present.
The dentist was sent to prison on Monday under judicial custody after the same court rejected her interim bail plea.
The arguments lasted for around an hour with much time devoted to the scene of crime, evidences, forensic tests, investigations and also the three domestic helps, whose named cropped up as suspects during earlier investigations.
Her counsels told the court that as reported by experts in the documents, the murder weapon pointed towards the "possibility of Khukri". They also maintained that the parents were wearing the same clothes through the night and morning and had bloodstains of Aarushi's and not of Hemraj's.
"The CBI is just working on the theory of 'last seen'. The scientific tests nullify the CBI theory. The closure report itself claims that they have 'insufficient evidence'," Rai added.
CBI senior public prosecutor RK Saini countered, "How is it possible that no fingerprints could be found in one's own house? A mother would hug her child and her clothes would be stained with blood. And her clothes had only one spot of blood."
CBI counsels produced 3-4 pictures of the scene of crime and said it was tampered with and no outside person dressed up the scene. The CBI maintained the same claim as in their closure report of January 2011.
The CBI also challenged Rajesh Talwar's bail order by Ghaziabad SJM at the Allahabad High Court.
Meanwhile, at the prison, Nupur Talwar was visited by her husband, mother Lata Chitnis and cousin Ajay Chaddha. "She got issued an English version of the Bhagvad Gita from the jail library and read her Hanuman Chalisa,” Dasna jail superintendent Viresh Raj Sharma said.