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Netziens express shock, disappointment at CBI`s move

Last Updated: Thursday, December 30, 2010 - 16:09

New Delhi: "Shame", "Yet another let
down", "Is it a cover up?"-- these are some of the reactions
of netziens to the CBI filing a closure report in the
sensational Aarushi double murder case after a two-and-a-half-
year probe marked by botched up investigations.

"Even `cold cases`, twenty years and older are solved
in the US! What on earth is happening here, another cover
up?" Sunaina Serna Ahluwalia wrote on social networking site

Shreya Talwar, another user, wrote, "Yet another let
down, but this is not where we stop. This is the time (when)
we need to join hands and fight against the injustice
happening to Aaru, instead of sitting back and taking
everything as it comes."

However, the buzz which was visible when the
14-year-old was murdered in May 2008 along with the domestic
help Hemraj is missing this time. Various communities and
pages that were created in the name of the killed teenager and
appealed for justice are slowly picking up.

Of the many groups in Facebook, `JUSTICE FOR AARUSHI
TALWAR` with over 5,000 members saw numerous people expressing
their shock at the development.

"CBI is the prime investigating agency in the
nation..if it failed to find the culprits. It`s a shame.

Don`t they use modern sophisticated scientific
request to CBI, reopen the case and work honestly," said
Sashank Kumar.

Pratiksha Rao wrote, "I don`t think that Aarushi will
get justice in our country especially with such lazy.... CBI.
God bless Aarushi and by God`s grace she will get justice and
her soul shall rest in peace."

Some of the angry comments are also directed against
Aarushi`s parents.

Twitter users on the other hand seem more active, and
have posted copies of news reports about the latest move by

Georgy wrote, “Ah! Shame on crime dept.... Poor
Aarushi Talwar`s murder will be a mystery forever...."

Swagat, a Twitter user, said, "CBI couldn`t solve the
Aarushi Talwar`s case. Now there is no doubt that the 2G scam
is going to be unsolved...."

A Twitter user, who goes by the name Silver Moon said,
"Aarushi Talwar case proved once more how justice can be so
easily subverted in ths country. Now we are to believe that NO


First Published: Thursday, December 30, 2010 - 16:09

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