New Delhi, Jun 20 (UNI) In a bid to reach a breakthrough in the Aarushi murder case, the CBI has questioned three sleuths of the Noida police while conducting a narco test of Dr Rajesh Talwar for a second time today.
Jagbir Singh Malik, Station House Officer (SHO) of Sector-20 police station (under whose jurisdiction Talwars residence comes), Anil Jamania, SHO Sector-39 and Investigation Officer (IO) of the Aarushi murder case for some time after sector-20 SHO Data Ram Nanoria was suspended, and Special Operations Group (SOG) head Sushil Kumar Dubey were summoned by the CBI at its Sector-38 guest house, according to official sources.
They were called to the agency camp office in Noida last evening and probed on what they saw 'at the spot' on the day of murder, said sources adding that nothing substantial came out of the questioning.
Another sleuth, former SHO of Sector-20 Data Ram Nanoria, has also been summoned for questioning, sources added.
The CBI debunked ''all floating theories in the media'' on the Aarushi murder case calling it pure speculation and devoid of any basis.
Jt Director (Special Crime) Arum Kumar refuted each of the theories being run on channels and newspapers saying none of them were true.
He also told the media that the second lie detector test on Dr Rajesh Talwar was conducted today while refusing to elaborate on it.
Yesterday, a CBI court in Ghaziabad had extended Rajesh Talwar's judicial custody till July 2, after the CBI sought its permission to conduct a second lie detector test on him on the advice of experts.
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