The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), however, had sought cancellation of Mr Talwar's bail but the Allahabad High Court on Tuesday, Aug 28 reserved the hearing on the plea.
The CBI counsel, in its argument, claimed that Mr Talwar got the bail as the CBI special court misinterpreted the Supreme Court's order.
The apex court earlier had remanded Mr Talwar's custody to the Ghaziabad CBI court which later granted regular bail to the accused. However, Mr Talwar's lawyer claimed that the decision over his bail was taken rightly.
The argument on Mr Talwar's bail rocked the high court at a time when Mrs Talwar remained in the Dasna jail in Ghaziabad. The apex court recently has adjourned the court hearing over her bail plea till Sept 17.
Interestingly, the CBI did not take Nupur Talwar's name during their initial stage of investigation into the Aarushi-Hemraj double murder case. Dr Rajesh was the only suspect in the case and thus he was arrested in 2008. But while submitting their closure report, the investigating officials targetted both Mr and Mrs Talwar and claimed that Aarushi's parents were the only suspects.
Nupur failed to appear in the court hearing for few consecutive days and arrest warrant was issued against her. She had absconded for few days and later surrendered herself before the Ghaziabad court and she was sent to Dasna jail on Apr 30, 2011.
14-year-old Aarushi was found dead at her Noida residence on May 16, 2008. A day later, their domestic help Hemraj's body was also found in the terrace of their house.