New Delhi/Noida, Jun 15 (UNI) The Central Bureau of Investigation, probing the Noida double murder case, has put one of the victims Aarushi Talwar's mother to a lie detector test.
But even 30 days after the gruesome crime was committed, the investigators have failed to recover the murder weapon.
The CBI today confirmed that Dr Nupur Talwar was put through a lie detector test 2-3 days ago at AIIMS and CBI headquarters in New Delhi. She was put through the test as she was an important person present at the crime scene. ''But this does not necessarily mean she is a suspect,'' the agency clarified.
It has been a month since 14-year-old Aarushi Talwar and the family's domestic help Hemraj were found murdered in Noida.
Meanwhile, for the second time in as many days, a CBI team today took Raj Kumar -- the domestic help of Duranis -- the family friends of Talwars -- for interrogation. He was whisked away yesterday also but was dropped at Duranis house in Noida last night.
Aarushi's father Dr Rajesh Talwar is the prime accused in the crime and is lodged in a Ghaziabad jail.
The Talwar family claims that they are not involved in the crime and were unaware that Aarushi and Hemraj had been murdered on the night of May 15 inside the house.
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