New Delhi, June 10 : A Ghaziabad court today rejected the bail application of Rajesh Talwar, a suspect in the Aarushi and Hemraj murder case.
A special team of Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) led by Joint Director Arun Kumar and forensic experts looked for clues in Talwar's house late Monday night.
They took along them Dr Talwar's compounder Krishna and reached the residence at around 11.45 p.m.
The agency claimed that it found enough clues from the room of Hemraj to nail Krishna.
CBI found that three persons were present in Hemraj's room who consumed alcohol on May 15 night. It claims Krishna was one of them. Others have not been identified.
CBI Director Vijay Shanker claimed that, "The breakthrough is going to come soon."
Aarushi, a Delhi Public School (DPS) student aged 14, was found dead in her Noida residence on May 16 with her throat slit.
The Noida police initially suspected domestic help Hemraj and sent teams to trace him, but was red faced when his body was found a day later on the terrace of the Talwars' house.
The police arrested Rajesh Talwar on May 23, and held him responsible for the murder. It said Talwar killed his daughter in a fit of rage as he objected to her being close to Hemraj. The police said that Talwar first killed Hemraj and then his daughter.