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Blood stained pillow cover - another twist in Aarushi murder case
Male DNA found on a pillow cover gives another twist to Aarushi murder case and with this evidence, the noose around the Talwars seems to be only tightening.

THE AARUSHI murder case is getting complicated with each court hearing, as new evidences are being produced before the Ghaziabad Court. The latest addition being a very interesting - partial male DNA on a pillow cover that was found in Aarushi's room.

The evidence was part of 13 more forensic samples that was produced before the court on Tuesday by CFSL expert P K Mahapatra. The male DNA was found in the bloodstains on the pillow case.

This is in direct contrast to the last evidence that was produced before the court. In the previous hearing too a pillow case was produced but with the claim that it only has female DNA on it. As was reported by, Mahapatra also said that there were bloodstains on the doors and the walls of Aarushi's room and all contained male DNA.

This claim spells doom for the Talwars as it seems to back up the CBI's report that suspects them of killing both Aarushi and Hemraj. The agency's closure report states that Rajesh and Nupur Talwar had killed both Aarushi and Hemraj in Aarushi's room and then dragged Hemraj's body to the terrace. Mahapatra also said that samples taken from Hemraj's room also contain female DNA.

The lawyers of Talwars filed for an application so that they can have access to correspondence and directions given to Mahapatra by the CBI.

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