New Delhi, Jan 01 (Agencies): In the sensational Aarushi murder case the Talwars slammed the CBI for accusing Rajesh Talwar for death of the 14-year-old and his domestic help, Hemraj.

They insisted that the CBI's version was completely concocted and unscientific. In an exclusive interview to an English news channel, Aarushi's father Dr Rajesh Talwar said, "I have had enough of this. This is the second time I am going through this. This is what they do to innocent people, innocent father who has lost his child."

"I cannot understand this kind of investigative agency. I have no words for them," a visibly upset Rajesh added.

By blaming her husband, Aarushi's mother Nupur alleged, the CBI is trying to cover up its own shabby investigation.

"These allegations are so wild, so speculative, and so imaginative that means there are people in the CBI who are absolutely unscientific. I mean they don't even think like intelligent police officers. This is the state of the CBI? I absolutely cannot expect this to happen. I am going to wait for the report. This is all being said on the basis of what you are saying, if the CBI has said it or not, I didn't even know that. But if they have said it, and they have just said it out of their wild imagination, and they have just put false allegations to us, they are going to have to deal with it," she told another pvt news channel.

In its 30-page closure report submitted to a Ghaziabad court on December 29, the CBI said that Rajesh and Nupur had Aarushi's room washed up after asking the UP Police to rush to the railway station to nab their domestic help -- Hemraj – on the morning of May 16th.

The CBI also added that Aarushi's parents had tried to "influence" the doctor who conducted the postmortem in a Noida hospital.

In its report CBI has mentioned that the dimension of the wound on Aarushi's head was similar to one on the golf club owned by Rajesh, adding it was handed over by the couple after intense grilling, a year after the incident.

However, Nupur claimed that she was the one who produced the golf club on her own and that the CBI had never asked for it.

Asked why the CBI had not proceeded against Rajesh and Nupur on the basis of their findings, senior CBI officials said that they could not zero in on any motive behind the murder. CBI could not proceed on the circumstantial evidence merely on the basis of conjectures.

About the three servants -- Krishna, Raj Kumar and Vijay Mandal -- the report said that they were found to be innocent during the investigations and hence the case against the trio should be treated as closed.

Meanwhile, Law Minister Veerappa Moily had a meeting on Saturday with CBI Director A P Singh and asked him to consider reopening the Aarushi murder case.

Aarushi was murdered in the intervening night of May 15-16 in 2008 at the Talwar residence in Noida near Delhi. The body of Hemraj was found on the terrace the next day.