Aarushi Talwar's parents reach Noida residence after release from Dasna jail

Aarushi Talwar's parents reach Noida residence after release from Dasna jail

Aarushi Talwar's parents reach Noida residence after release from Dasna jail

The couple then went to Nupur Talwar's parents' home in Jal Vayu Vihar, where they will be staying for now.

Dentist couple Rajesh and Nupur Talwar, acquitted last week of the charges of murdering their 14-year-old daughter Aarushi and domestic servant Hemraj, were released from Dasna Jail in Ghaziabad on Monday. The CBI court in Ghaziabad, which had convicted the Talwars in November 2013, is expected to issue their release order on Monday.

Hours after dentist couple Nupur and Rajesh Talwar walked free from the Dasna jail, the latter's brother, Dinesh Talwar said that his fight was to bring both Rajesh and Nupur out of jail and revealed that Rajesh wanted to fight till the end to clear his daughter's name.

Tyagi said besides prisoners, Rajesh and Nupur Talwar have also been treating jail staff, police officials and their children.

"I want my clients to live in peace, it is my humble request with folded hands that their honour and dignity be restored", lawyer Tanveer Ahmed Mir told NDTV. "Had they taken it, the amount would have approximately been Rs. 49,500", Jailor D. Maurya said.


"Since Talwars have come here (prison), they have treated thousands of patients who are happy with their services", he said.

While the agency attributed motives to Talwars for trying to hide the body of Hemraj on the terrace, the high court concluded it was "negligence and callous approach" by the Noida police team that resulted in the body being found on May 17, a day after Aarushi was found murdered.

A high court bench, comprising of Justice B.K. Narayana and Justice A.K. Mishra, had reserved its verdict, in September, in the appeal filed by Aarushi's parents, who were sentenced to life in the jail.

The highlights of the high court judgement were read out in the court with further reports trickling into media, fueling speculations over the Talwar couple's release.

Based on circumstantial evidence, it named Rajesh as the sole suspect, but refused to charge him due to lack of evidence.

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