The couple further said that they would not be at peace till they succeed in finding Aarushi's killer.
"We will defend our honour and that of our only child, Aarushi, vigorously in court and we will not rest till all our innocence is proved, our honour vindicated and the real killers are apprehended and brought to trial," said the Talwars said in a statement after their review petition seeking review of the earlier order that they be tried for the murder of Aarushi and their domestic help Hemraj was rejected.
"We are deeply disappointed at the dismissal of our review petition by the Supreme court, but we accept it with humility. We believe justice will one day prevail," said the couple.
The court also rejected their plea for investigation further into the case.
Nupur Talwar, is currently lodged in Dasna Jail, while Rajesh Talwar is out on conditional bail.
The Talwars are charged under sections 201 (destruction of evidence with common intention) and 302/34 (murder with common intention) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).
Rajesh Talwar has also been charged under section 203 (giving false information respecting an offence committed) of IPC.