"CBI planted evidence and tutored witnesses": Aarushi Talwar's grandfather to NewsX

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| Tuesday, October 13, 2015 - 19:39
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NEW DELHI: The 2008 Aarushi Talwar murder case is still a mystery in spite of Rajesh and Nupur Talwar serving jail term for allegedly killing their daughter. In a fresh twist, maternal grandfather of Aarushi Talwar, BG Chitnis has made shocking claims defending accused Rajesh Talwar and his wife Nupur Talwar for reportedly killing their daughter.
 
Speaking exclusively to NewsX, Chitnis in his first television interview claimed, “There was no evidence against Nupur and Rajesh Talwar, and we are very angry with the way the establishment has treated us. I am deeply concerned about Rajesh and Nupur’s Talwar’s health.”
 
Former Group Captain and Retired VSM, Chitnis also emphasised that one should ‘hear the firsthand account of what happened on the first morning when Aarushi Talwar was found murdered.’
 
“The Uttar Pradesh Police was clueless and the house was a mela. Krishna, compounder of the Talwars was given a chance to concoct stories,” Chitnis added.
 
The 80-year-old adorned war veteran of the Indian Air Force also raised stern questions on the UP Police and the CBI responsible for investigating the case. “How come the UP Police did not discover the putrefying body of Hemraj? It was a total botched up investigation where the cops solved the murder without any evidence,” Aarushi’s grandfather said, adding, “Initially CBI found Rajesh Talwar innocent but the team was changed later. CBI planted and tutored witnesses.”
 
Further on, Chitnis claimed that the testimony would have proved that there were more people than parents in the house on the fateful night. 
 
Raising questions about the CBI officer AGL Kaul, Chitnis said, “Kaul fed stories and poisoned people. Judge Shyam Lal was also known as Sazaa Lal and he invented evidence and disregarded the evidence. We did not get a free trial. I am assuring that both Rajesh and Nupur are innocent and my only goal now is to get them justice,” said the father-in-law of Rajesh Talwar.
 
 

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Rekhi

I agree...

My heart goes with the Talwar

My heart goes with the Talwar family. Not a time to even grieve properly. I wish someone reopens the case. In fact every day of Navrathiri I pray to godess Durga to give courage to them. It chills me to think that it could be any of us. This country is definitely not for the hardworking middle class people. I despise it

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