After five months in jail, Nupur walks out on bail
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After spending nearly five months at Dasna Jail, Nupur Talwar stepped out on bail on Tuesday evening. She was granted bail last week by the Supreme Court which allowed her to walk out on or after September 25.
Nupur and husband Rajesh Talwar are facing trial for the murders of their teenaged daughter Aarushi and domestic help Hemraj.
Coming out of jail, Nupur said she "would work towards opening a clinic in Dasna Jail for inmates".
"I am very thankful that the Supreme Court has given us this relief, and am grateful to our lawyers who have helped us through this time. The truth will eventually prevail as our angel Aarushi will take us through. We will work towards opening a clinic at Dasna Jail, and will try to provide legal help to those inside who are (financially) weak," Nupur said.
Nupur's parents, Rajesh and their lawyers were present to receive Nupur. Rajesh said they "will face the trial and be vindicated".
"It has been a long, dark road for us and we are sure to stand vindicated with Aarushi's honour and our own intact. Nupur had an asthmatic attack yesterday, which is why she can't speak very much," he said.
Nupur was released on a personal bond of Rs 2 lakh and two sureties of Rs 2 lakh each, fixed by Additional Sessions Judge Shyam Lal.
The hearing in the double murder case, meanwhile, had prosecution witness Deepak Kanda — an Internet router expert — present in court. But no testimony was recorded, as the CBI filed an application requesting the court to allow it to furnish additional "original documents".
These documents include a letter from the Centre for DNA Fingerprinting and Diagnostics (CDFD) in Hyderabad. It is learnt that the letter says while reports published by the CDFD stated that Hemraj's blood was found from Krishna's room, it was in fact a typographical error.
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