The Allahabad High Court said that the possibility of an outsider in the Aarushi-Hemraj double murder case could not be ruled out.
The Allahabad High Court on Thursday acquitted Dr Rajesh and Nupur Talwar in the Aarushi-Hemraj murder case. The Division Bench comprising Justices Bala Krishna Narayana and Arvind Kumar Mishra had very strong words for the trial court judge who had convicted the Talwars in the double murder case.
The government is unlikely to challenge the Supreme Court’s order which had criminalised having sex with a minor wife. The SC had earlier this week ruled that sex with a wife below the age of 18 amounts to rape.
The Allahabad High Court on Thursday acquitted Dr Rajesh and Nupur Talwar in the Aaarushi-Hemraj murder case. The judge made five important points while acquitting the Talwars in the double murder case.
The court stressed on the basic legal tenet that it is for the prosecution to prove beyond reasonable doubt and give conclusive proof. The court also noted that the parents cannot be held guilty just because they were in the house at the time of the crime.
The verdict is out and the Talwars have been acquitted of all charges in the Aarushi-Hemraj murder case. Dr Rajesh and Nupur Talwar the parents of Aarushi were acquitted by the Allahabad High Court. While for the Talwars justice may have been done, the same continues to evade the deceased and it has become a case of ‘nobody killed Aarushi.”
The Allahabad High Court has acquitted the Talwars in the Aarushi murder case. The court held that that Dr Rajesh and Nupur Talwar did not commit the murder of their daughter Aarushi and domestic help Hemraj.
Honeypreet Insan headed a crucial meeting ahead of the conviction of Gurmeet Ram Rahim to plot violence at Panchkula, Haryana, the probe by the police has revealed.
The interrogation of Honeypreet Insan has revealed that while she was hiding, she had changed her SIM card several times. The police are also looking into charges of alleged money laundering and are likely to slap the provisions of FEMA against her.
Sridhar Dhanpalan, known as the Dawood Ibrahim of Tamil Nadu committed suicide by taking cyanide in Cambodia, the police has said. Dhanpalan was an illegal arrack seller turned land dealer. Dhanapalan’s Indian passport had been blocked and he was being closely tracked by various agencies, including the Interpol.