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CBI flays police for failing to find Aarushi killers
Ghaziabad, Jan 2 (IANS):
Published on 3 Jan. 2011 12:12 AM IST
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The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is blaming the Noida police for its failure to get to the killers of teenager Aarushi Talwar.
In its closure report submitted to a court here, the investigating agency -- now under attack from the Talwars -- has said that police in Noida were responsible for the lapses in the probe that undid the case.
The investigation team was handicapped by the inability of the police -- “first responders” -- to examine the scene of crime properly and collect all possible evidence that could be available only to them.
The murdered girl’s parents, Rajesh and Nupur Talwar, who are both doctors, have slammed the CBI for shoddy investigation and for suggesting that they, in particular the father, may have had a hand in the murder. The inference is that when the CBI stepped in, the evidence had all but disappeared.
These, according to the CBI report, were many.
Aarushi’s body was found covered with a white bedsheet, and the bed linen was found undisturbed.
There was also evidence to influence the autopsy and cleaning of Aarushi’s private parts.
The body of Hemraj, the Talwars’ domestic help who too was killed, had been dragged to a corner of the terrace and covered by a panel of a cooler.
The police had originally thought that Hemraj was the killer and began to look for him, only to find his blood-soaked body on the terrace.

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