The dentist couple Rajesh and Nupur Talwar on Friday dismissed Central Bureau of Investigation's allegations in the closure report in their daughter Aarushi murder case that they have tried to influence the doctor who conducted the postmortem, saying they have been "absolutely concocted".
When asked that the call records "indicate" that a call was made to the doctor conducting the post-mortem, Nupur Talwar said: "What does indicate mean...They have call records. Either they know a call was made or they don't.. You don't get indications where a call comes from."
Visibly angry over the allegations and filing of the closure report in the two-and-a-half-year-old murder case, Rajesh Talwar said that he had extended all possible cooperation in the probe.
"I opened my mind to them. I underwent lie detector, brain mapping and what they have done," he said. "It is their job to get evidence. They don't find evidence then how do they put allegations," Nupur said.
Rajesh Talwar said he has tolerated this for two years and did every thing what the CBI told him to. "I have had enough of this," he said.
On the question that Talwar was surfing net at the time of murder, he said he had never denied that he was not doing that.
"I had told them I was surfing the net till 11.30 pm when I got a call from my brother. After completing the conversation, I switched off the net and went to sleep," he said.
When asked whether he had refused to identify the body of Hemraj, Nupur Talwar said that they had collected the ashes of their daughter and were going to Haridwar when they received the call that the body has been found on the terrace.
"He (Rajesh) was not a normal person. He had collected ashes of his daughter... The body was swollen and two day old. What do they expect of him," she said.
"I had told them that it could be his body but I was not sure," Rajesh said.
Rajesh said he called Nupur to ask what was Hemraj wearing and then called the police again to say that the body could be of Hemraj.
The couple demanded that CBI should have conducted touch DNA to get evidence and constitute a fresh team of officers.