BP Mahaptra, a senior scientist Central Forensic Science laboratory, became a witness for the CBI who in their closure report named Aarushi's parents - Nupur and Rajesh Talwar as the one and only suspects.
Mr Mahapatra informed that blood stains found on Aarushi's clothes and her bed's sheets matched her group. Stating about the findings at the crime sport, Mr Mahapatra also added that on the bottle of wine there were "partial male and female DNA generated".
According to Mr Mahapatra, a bottle of Valentine finest scotch bottle was recovered from the bedroom of Nupur and Rajesh Talwar.
A colourless liquid was found in another bottle which had no blood trace. Mr Mahapatra also said that a metallic lock with blood stains was recovered from the spot but no DNA could be generated on the lock.
After hearing Mr Mahapatra's statement, the court ended hearing for the day and again it will resume on Thursday. Earlier, a doctor from Noida told the Special CBI court in Ghaziabad that the pattern of injuries on the bodies of Aarushi and Hemraj was the same. "There were four injuries on the body of the victim. Injuries 1 and 3 were by golf stick and 2 and 4 were by surgical instruments. Aarushi died due to lack of blood in the body," he said in his examination-in-chief.