Dr Dahiya, the Director of the Institute of Forensic Science, Gujarat Forensic Sciences University, claimed that forensic reports show both Aarushi and Hemraj were killed in same bedroom and their throats were slit post-death.
Ruling out theory of involvement of some outsider(s) in the murder case, Dr Dahiya said, "My findings show that the cuts on the neck of both victims were made post death. I also found during my examination of the scene that both Aarushi and Hemraj were attacked on the head by a golf club."
"After he was killed, Hemraj's body was dragged to the terrace where his throat was slit. The cuts on the neck extended from one ear to the back of the neck on both victims," Dr Dahiya added.
Explaining the process of his findings, Dr Dahiya said, "If the person was living when the cuts were made, there would have been arterial spurt of blood, none of which was present either in the bedroom or the terrace. Both the victims had their necks slit while they were in a horizontal position. There was also no signs of resistance from either Aarushi or Hemraj."
The latest revelations in the court strengthened the case against the Talwar couple who have been declared as the sole suspect of the double murder case in CBI's closure report.
14-year-old Aarushi was found dead at their Noida residence on May 16, 2008. A day later, their domestic help Hemraj's body was also found in the terrace of their house.
Earlier Dr Naresh Raj, who had conducted postmortem examination on the body of Hemraj, deposed before the special CBI court where he hinted that Aarushi might have had a physical relation with Hemraj.
The doctor also informed that the Hemraj died of "excessive bleeding". He told the court that the postmortem was conducted on the orders of district magistrate of Gautam Budh Nagar.