New Delhi: A day after the Ghaziabad Sessions Court rejected the bail plea of Nupur Talwar in the Aarushi-Hemraj double murder case, Nupur on Thursday decided to move to the Allahabad High Court seeking bail.

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The court of Additional District Judge S Lal, which had reserved the order on the bail application of Nupur on Tuesday, denied entertaining her petition citing that while prima facie she was accused of killing her own progeny and the servant who came from Nepal, she may also create hindrance in smooth disposal of trial if given a bail.

Soon after recieving major setback from the court, the Talwar couple had approached the Supreme Court and filed a fresh plea for bail in the pending petition in which Nupur has sought review of its decision giving a go ahead to criminal prosecution against her and her husband Rajesh Talwar. The review petition will be heard on Friday.


Meanwhile, the trial of dentist accused could not be initiated in the CBI sessions court on Thursday after her lawyers cited lack of complete documents.

The next hearing is on May 9.The case was to be referred to the Sessions Court from the magistrate's court after Nupur Talwar's bail was rejected on Wednesday.

But her lawyers said they were not furnished the complete set of documents by the sessions court and requested that another date be fixed. The court then fixed May 9 for the next hearing.


She was accompanied by her husband Rajesh Talwar, also accused in the sensational twin murder case.

Nupur Talwar, who is currently lodged in the Dasna Jail since Monday, had to spend another night in the cell number 13 on Wednesday after the Sessions Court turned down her bail application.


Last week, while hearing the review petition and appeal of Nupur seeking a stay on the execution of the non-bailable arrest warrant (NBW) issued by the trial court against her, the Supreme Court has asked her to honour the lower court order and surrender before it.

The CBI has opposed the review petition saying that the Talwars are misusing the process of law. The CBI said that by evading the trial court proceedings, the Talwars were producing evidence that should be examined by the trial court.


Dentist couple Rajesh and Nupur Talwar's only daughter 14-year-old Aarushi was found dead at the family's Noida residence on the night intervening May 15 and 16, 2008. The next day, the body of their servant Hemraj was also found on the terrace of the house.


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