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Nupur’s book meets roadblock

Nupur’s book meets roadblock
The officials at Dasna jail of Ghaziabad have taken away the the papers on which the accused Nupur Talwar was supposedly writing a book on the murders of her daughter Aarushi and domestic help Hemraj.

'We have asked Nupur Talwar to get permission from the court before writing the book,' said Viresh Raj Sharma, Jail Superintendent. 'If court gives her permission, the pages will be returned to her or it will handed over to her when she is released,' added Sharma. The jail officers sealed 17 pages written by her. Lodged in Barrack 13, Talwar, who is inmate number 1607, started writing the book, Mystery Behind Aarushi's Death: Story of An Unfortunate Mother

According to jail officials, she has compared Aarushi's murder mystery to that of the unsolved case of Princess Diana, who was killed in a car crash. Sharma said Talwar, a dentist, has collected data of 10 unsolved murder cases in the world for the book.

Talwar was lodged in Dasna Jail on 1 May after Sessions Judge Shyam Lal rejected her bail application saying there was prima facie evidence against her. She is facing trial along with her dentist husband. Nupur's behaviour has been reported as normal and she, reportedly, spends her time by teaching children of fellow prisoners, reading novels and religious books.

Meanwhile, Nupur was produced before the court of Additional Session Judge (CBI) S Lal in Ghaziabad on Friday for trial. Her dentist husband Rajesh Talwar was also present. The advocates of Talwars demanded the court the first statement of the three servants - Krishna, Rajkumar and Vijay Mandal - recorded by the Noida police along with some other documents. The CBI had demanded three days time and case was postponed to 14 May. The CBI had already handed over the documents of polygraph test, fingerprint test, brain mapping, narco test to the counsel of Talwars.

The first statement of these servants were recorded by the police of Sector 20 in Noida under whose jurisdiction the residence of Talwars falls. The flat is now abandoned, Rajesh Talwar resides in Delhi.
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