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Family's stand vindicated: Rajesh Talwar

July 12, 2008 11:43 IST
Last Updated: July 12, 2008 11:55 IST


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Dr Rajesh Talwar, who walked free after spending 50 agonising days in prison in connection with the Noida double murder case, on Saturday said the family's stand "has now been vindicated".

"I was in a lot of grief. I thank God and the CBI as what my family has been saying all along now stands vindicated," a tired looking Talwar told reporters.

Entering the house of his father-in-law in Sector 25 in Noida after visiting the Sai Baba temple nearby, he pleaded with the intrusive media to leave the family alone.

"Please allow us to be among ourselves as we want to grieve our daughter," an emotional Talwar said.

Talwar's wife too pleaded with the media to leave them alone. "This is a time of pain and suffering for us. We request all of you to leave us alone," she said.

Asked whether the family was contemplating any action against the Noida police, which accused him of murdering his daughter Aarushi and domestic help Hemraj, Talwar said, "Nothing is going on in my mind. This entire episode is the biggest grief of my life. Allow me to share the grief with my family because for the last 50 days, we have not been together."

Though the couple looked worn out, they seemed very much comfortable in each other's company and held hands together.

Dinesh Talwar, brother of the noted dental surgeon, said the family lived on faith and has exhibited immense patience since the day his brother was arrested.

"We lived on two things, faith and patience," he said.




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