New Delhi, Sep 4 (ANI): One and half years after the sensational Aarushi Talwar murder case, another twist has emerged following reports that the swab sample taken from Aarushi's body was swapped with an unidentified woman's sample.
According to reports, during the tests conducted by the Centre for DNA Fingerprinting and Diagnostics in Hyderabad, it was noticed that vaginal swabs drawn from teenage murder victim Aarushi were substituted with samples taken from an unidentified woman, who has no connection with the double murder case which took place on May 15, 2008.
Earlier, Dr Sunil Dohere, who had taken Arushi's vaginal swabs, had said that the swabs contained a white discharge, which was suggestive of seminal fluid. But later, senior doctor S C Singhal had rejected the claim and had said that the swabs had tested negative for semen.
Meanwhile, a national newspaper reports from the account of "highly-placed sources" that "the Central Bureau of Investigation said the CDFD's findings make clear that there was a conspiracy to destroy evidence that Aarushi might have been sexually assaulted or might have engaged in consensual intercourse on the night of her murder." (ANI)