The Allahabad High Court today acquitted Rajesh and Nupur Talwar in the murder of their teenage daughter Aarushi and their domestic help Hemraj in 2008, saying they could not be held guilty on the basis of the evidence on record.
They said that they were waiting for the copy of the verdict of the high court.
Although, a special CBI court had found Aarushi's parents guilty in 2012, the dentist couple made a decision to appeal against the order at the Allahabad High Court.
The Talwars had challenged the CBI court's verdict in the Allahabad High Court, following which the division bench had reserved judgment a month ago.
Jailor of the Ghaziabad's Dasna prison Dadhiram Maurya said the Talwars felt they have got justice and were praying.
On May 16, 2008, Aarushi Talwar, the only daughter of the dentist couple was found murdered in her bedroom in their Noida residence. Moreover, the Allahabad High Court also said that there were numerous loopholes in the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) submissions to the court which weakened the case further.
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The Allahabad High Court has acquitted the Talwars in the Aarushi murder case. But, to the surprise of the police, his body was found another day on the terrace of the building in a locked room. There are many shortcomings in the trial court order, the HC said.
There is no irresistible conclusion that the accused committed the murders.
Soon after the incident, the Delhi Police also joined the probe.
The CBI had suspected Aarushi's father Rajesh Talwar to commit the double murders based on circumstantial evidence, though the CBI did not convict him due to lack of proper evidence.
Initially, the UP police had suspected Talwars' servant Hemraj, who was missing after the murder, as the murderer.
After spending nearly two months in jail, Rajesh Talwar got bail on July 12, 2008. "The chain of evidence they have showcased is inconclusive". However, CBI named Rajesh Talwar as the prime suspect while giving a clean chit to Krishna and two other domestic helps who were also arrested in the case.
The CBI court, presided by Additional Sessions Judge Shyam Lal, had, however, rejected the CBI's plea for death penalty in 2014.