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Aarushi murder case hearing today

Ghaziabad: The hearing in the Aarushi-Hemraj double murder case will take place in a special CBI court here on Tuesday during which the investigating agency will argue on a protest petition filed by the slain teenager's family against its closure report.

The CBI is expected to stand by its closure report and challenge the petition filed by Aarushi's father Rajesh Talwar, official sources said.

They, however, said the court can take cognisance of the closure report and issue orders to the agency based on the same.

Meanwhile, the local police will put in place an elaborate security on the court premises in view of the attack on Dr. Rajesh Talwar during the last hearing on January 25. Besides deployment of personnel from the local police and the Porvincial Armed Constabulary, security would also be provided to the Talwar family.

Utsav Sharma, a resident of Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh who had earlier stabbed former Haryana DGP S.P.S. Rathore, had attacked Dr. Talwar with a cleaver.

The parents in their petition have alleged “deliberate lapses” in the investigation besides noticeable non-mentioning of material pieces of evidence.

They have also pleaded that further investigation be ordered into the case “so that the culprits involved in this heinous crime are apprehended, investigated against and brought to trial.”

In the petition, the Talwars have given the sequence of events during the night of May 15 when the teenager was murdered and during subsequent days as per their memory.

“The petitioner submits that the conclusions arrived at by the Central Bureau of Investigation on several material facts, issues and circumstances are manifestly erroneous and are based on presumptions, conjectures and surmises, not substantiated or supported by true and actual facts.”

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