NCW to help in Aarushi Talwar murder case

NCW want to help a mother, whos daughter was killed,
will they help / support a old women whos son is killed / tortured / harassed by Daughter in law ?
NO

Why ?
As per them giving birth to boy child is a crime, and DIL has right to harass husband.
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New Delhi, May 31: Nupur Talwar, mother of murder victim Aarushi Talwar, Friday provided to the National Commission for Women (NCW) the sequence of events in the sensational crime in which the family’s domestic help was also killed. The NCW will now forward this to the Noida police that is investigating the case.

“We spoke to her for 25 minutes alone in her home and she gave us the details about what happened on the fateful day. We will be providing her statement to the Noida police,” NCW member Nirmala Venkatesh told IANS.

We met Nupur because we wanted to give support to a traumatised mother whose child has been killed and whose husband has been arrested for the murders,” Venkatesh said.

“She has given us some clues and we would pass the information to the police,” added Venkatesh, who along with the commission’s advocate also inspected the crime scene.

She said at the moment, the commission was not summoning the police to question them for their statements that amounted to Aarushi’s character assassination. The NCR has sought an explanation from the police and will proceed further after this is received.

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“The commission may summon the police but not now for sure. Once the commission is ready with all the details, we will then decide on the course of action. We also want to give some time to the police to complete their investigation,” Venkatesh said.

Women and Child Development Minister Renuka Chowdhury has also criticised the Uttar Pradesh police for its “character assassination” of Aarushi, while a child rights panel has sought an explanation for their “objectionable” statements.

To this, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati Thursday asked the centre to desist from playing politics in the case, even as she wanted the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to take over the probe into the twin murders.

Aarushi was found dead with her throat slit in her Jal Vayu Vihar apartment here May 16. The police initially named domestic help Hemraj as the prime accused but backtracked after his dead body was found on the building’s terrace May 17.

Talwar was arrested May 23. Police said he killed Aarushi in a fit of rage as he objected to her closeness to Hemraj.

Rajesh Talwar returns to court custody

Dentist Rajesh Talwar, arrested for allegedly murdering his teenaged daughter Aarushi and the family’s domestic help, was Friday back in court custody after the police failed to make out a case for keeping him further in their custody.

Talwar’s three-day police custody ended today.

While presenting Talwar in court, police said they had not been able to unearth any evidence to link him to the crime, nor had they been able to find the weapons committed in the crime.

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The police also told the court that Talwar was not “cooperating” in the case, an accusation that the dentist’s lawyer said was not surprising.

“By saying that he is not cooperating, the police are admitting that they have not been able to persuade him to make up stories to support their contention that he committed the murders,” lawyer Pinaki Mishra said after the hearing.

Meanwhile, the Noida police Friday took Talwar to the Hindu holy town of Haridwar and in his presence, interrogated a priest who had performed Aarushi’s last rites.

Aarushi was found dead with her throat slit in her Jal Vayu Vihar apartment here May 16. The police initially named domestic help Hemraj as the prime accused but backtracked after his dead body was found on the building’s terrace May 17.

Talwar was arrested May 23. Police said he killed Aarushi in a fit of rage as he objected to her closeness to Hemraj.

Talwar’s wife Nupur, who is also a dentist, Friday provided to the National commission for Women (NCW) the entire sequence of events after Aarushi’s body was discovered.

The NCW will now pass this on to the Noida police.

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati had Thursday urged the centre to ask the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to take over the probe into the twin murders.

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