Rajkumar held after tests find human blood on T-shirt

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New Delhi, Jun 27 (UNI) After forensic tests confirmed ''human blood'' on the T-shirt found at his place, Duranis' servant Rajkumar was today arrested by the CBI in connection with the Aarushi-Hemraj murder case.

CBI Joint Director (Special Crime) Arun Kumar told mediapersons that Rajkumar was arrested after reports of the forensic tests conducted on the T-shirt, found at his place, were received.

''The report showed that the spots on the T-shirt, which had been washed, were that of human blood,'' he said.

The blood stained T-shirt was recovered by the CBI during searches conducted at Rajkumar's house on June 13, he said, adding that ''the T-shirt has been further sent to the Centre for DNA Fingerprinting and Diagnostics (CDFD), Hyderabad, for further forensic examination.'' Rajkumar had been subjected to polygraphy test, psychological assessment, brain mapping and narco analysis at FSL Gandhinagar between June 23-26, besides a polygraphy test on June 14, the Jt Director added.

Earlier in the day, Krishna alias Kishan, compounder of Dr Rajesh Talwar was remanded to judicial custody till July 11 by the Special Judge of CBI court in Ghaziabad.

His police custody ended today.

Prior to this, the CBI brought Aarushi's mother Dr Nupur Talwar and Dr Rajesh Talwar's compounder Krishna face-to-face at her sector 25 Noida residence to verify the contents of its interrogation so far.

Two teams of the CBI, comprising forensic experts and headed by Jt Director Arun Kumar, arrived at the Talwars' L-32 residence at about 0700 hrs and left after nearly five hours at about 1215 hrs.

They were accompanied by Krishna and Rajkumar.

Dr Rajesh Talwar's brother Dinesh Talwar was with Dr Nupur during the tete-e-tete with Krishna and Rajkumar.

Sources said the CBI confronted Dr Nupur and Dinesh with the disclosures made by Krishna and Rajkumar and verified facts in the presence of 'all parties' involved in the May 15-16 Noida double murder.

The forensic team also made certain ''checks'' and searches at the Talwars' residence while the other team interrogated both the 'parties', sources added.


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