The special CBI court's order to prosecute dentist Nupur Talwar in the twin murder case of her daughter Aarushi and domestic help Hemraj faced flak from the Supreme Court, which said the magistrate should have been more careful in passing the judgment.

A Bench of Justices A.K. Patnaik and J.S. Khehar raised questions on some of the findings of the magistrate on the basis of which Nupur Talwar was summoned to face trial.

“The problem is that the magistrate has made it such a big thing. Magistrate has to be careful while passing orders. Even I revise my judgments five times so that it does not affect anyone and to ensure the language of my order is not harsh,” the Bench said.

“Look how the magistrate has dealt with the issue. Less the magistrate had said, better it would have been,” the Bench observed, while asking the CBI to explain on what basis the trial court came to the conclusion that some external thing was found in Aarushi's private part.

The Bench asked the investigative agency to explain about it on Friday during further hearing of the case.

“If it is correct, it is serious but if it is not correct, it is more serious,” the Bench said, adding “how the judge came to the conclusion that white fluid came from outside.”

At the outset of the proceedings, senior advocate Harish Salve, appearing for Ms. Talwar, said the special CBI court erred in taking cognisance of the murder charges against her and her husband, Rajesh Talwar and discharging another accused Krishna, from whose pillow, blood stains of Hemraj was found.

Fourteen-year-old Aarushi was found dead with her throat slit at her Noida residence on the intervening night of May 15-16, 2008, while Hemraj's body was recovered from the terrace of the house the next day.

Aarushi's mother is now in judicial custody, while Mr. Talwar is out on bail. The two are slated to face trial from May 11 in a Ghaziabad sessions court in the case.


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