Aarushi murder case: Trial postponed to May 9

A special CBI judge on Thursday deferred the decision to send the Aarushi-Hemraj murder case for trial to a sessions court for May 9, following an application by Talwars seeking more case documents from the Central Bureau of Investigation. Nupur Talwar, who came to the court from Dasna Jail, broke down in the court and was consoled by her husband. The jail van she was travelling met with a minor accident on NH-24 in the morning. The van was hit by a truck. However, no one was injured in the incident. Special CBI Judge Preeti Singh postponed the committal of case to May 9 after reading the application of Talwars.

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  1. We need to have a robust national policy to deal with such types of cases. Politicisation of the cases and the 'it's just another case' attitude of the law enforcement agencies needs to be changed as otherwise it would lead to various negative ramifications going forward - delay in trial hence delay in justice, wastage of tax-payers' hard earned buck in unnecessary delays/re-investigations and hence handover of cases, wastage of Judiciary's time in trials and re-trials and at last but not the least - mock of our judicial system. Are we really serious in delivering justice? Need a re-think ...