We Killed our Daughter [Aarushi Talwar Murder Case]

We all are aware of very-famous Aarushi Talwar and (Hemraj murder case), the reason why I put Hemraj muder case in bracket is because not many people care about how he was killed.What this world, CBI, I, you and court wants to know is that how and by whom she was killed and why she was killed.Also, was that murderer so clever that he was never caught or say was caught but was never sentenced because of lack of proof?

I am not going to get into what happened and how happened, you can always read the stuff on Wikipedia. What I am here to talk about is that when will the real culprit accept their guilt.

What everyone else is having a belief is my belief- The parents killed their daughter. Yes, Dr. Nupar and Rajesh Talwar killed their daughter and the domestic-help Hemraj.

I also believe that because authorities were not able prove them guilty they both will continue to live a life-of-freedom; until death. And it would be after their death the real-truth will come out. In this murder case, I believe, there are only three people who would know the truth; the couple and the lawyer.

Because there are hardly any proofs regarding anyone in this case, I believe they will live a free-life and will never be caught. But, when they die, the lawyer will speak the truth. There will be a book that would be published.

Name: We Killed Our Daughter;

Author: Dr Nupur & Rajesh Talwar;

Price: Rs 999

Copyright 2050

(Published by Dr Nupar & Rajesh Talwar’s lawer)

I even wonder if it is already decided between couple and lawer that the fees for lawer would be compensated by the sales and royalty of the book.The book will contain everything since last 6 months of Aarushi’s death and till the last few days of their life. In the book they will tell why they killed Aarushi, how they killed her and most important how did they managed to save themselves from been caught.

In my personal opinion, I am assuming an angle of honor-killing in this case. There is also no doubt that this book will be a hot-seller and I will be the first person to buy.


Disclaimer: This post is solely personal opinion of Aditya Bhasin and is been written as an assumption. The subject matter is under hearing at Supreme Court of India, the author does not wish to influence any stakeholder’s views and perceptions. The readers are requested to make their own opinion. There is no proof yet that the Talwar couple was involved in dual-murder and that there is any kind of mutual understanding between couple and lawer regarding the fee.

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About Aditya Bhasin

Aditya Bhasin a not-so-creative person is a student of English literature at University of Delhi. He was born and brought up in Delhi and choose never to move out. You will find him at eating places more than his college, exploring places more than staying at home and get in touch with him through social media rather than calling on his mobile phone. He aspires to write a novel. He also wish to be a successful media (communication) professional

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43 thoughts on “We Killed our Daughter [Aarushi Talwar Murder Case]

  1. Puneesh Tandon, Talwars’ neighbour, is most probably the killer of both Aarushi and Hemraj. For the
    blood trail coming down from terrace to Talwar’s flat on 2nd floor, was said to have come down further, to be seen at the doorstep of neighbour Puneesh Tandon(who is an unmarried software engineer staying alone with his servant cum driver Vijay Mandal) on 1st floor, and probably stopped there.His father is a retired Vice Admiral,staying in a place near Nainital.(ref. Article on Noida murder trial, dtd 8.9.12 by Sify.com)

  2. Hello Aditya,
    Any progress on this case? I saw that the Justice for Aarushi Talwar Facebook Page is pro-Talwar’s couple innocence. So, to avoid bias, I’m turning to general internet and hence to this blog.
    Please update.

  3. I believe the parents have committed crime and there is no second thought on that. They are abnormal and I don’t think it is an honor killing. This may be for proving some weird shit….

    • Hey There,

      Thanks for your comment. Well, I actully have lot of time and I choose to write down my opinion in that time.

      Also, people may not want my opinion but, they still read them here. Just like you !

  4. There is ZERO percent chance that the Talwars are innocent …. They are 100% responsible for the murders and part of the same team, irrespective of whose hands committed those murders.

    Just ten days in jail and just see the actions of Nupur:
    — she is teaching the prisoners { too soon for someone who was shocked to be jailed, not normal behaviour}
    — she is doing Hanuman chalisa jaap{ very normal if true }
    — she is writing a book { pehle yeh idea kyon nahi aaya ?}

    All these not normal behaviour and masks to hide the real face of the killer mom..

    • So Mr. Thapa what makes you the expert on how people should behave when they have gone through what the Talwars have gone through? I’ll bet she’s either not shocked by anything now OR has never been able to leave the state.

      It is not likely the Talwars committed this crime. There is no motive, no murder weapon, and narco analysis where the servants describe the crime in great detail. We can only hope that the innocent (and victims) are not made to suffer any further.

  5. Anything possible in this world I am somewhat agree with you it disturb me a lot that (why ,how and who did it ) I will be the second one who will buy that book

    • First of all, Thanks for your time and views on this blog,Namesake.

      Well, as I have already said : this post is an assumption. Nothing that I have said is bound to not to be true.

      If they come out clean, I’ll write a post of appology. It is all about views.

  6. This is a murder case that caught the attention of quite many people. Let’s hope the mystery will be solved. If the parents, indeed, are the culprits, may god save children from parents!

      • My father used to say – – – “Every 24 hours there comes a 30 second moment where we are vulnerable and can make mistake that we will regret for the rest of our lives. If we can keep control during that weak 30 seconds, everything goes fine in life “. It was this weak moment for Rajesh Talwar when he killed the servant and daughter, in a fit of rage.

      • Maybe you killed her! Pointing finger without knowing any thing certain is pretty dumb! maybe you are a sad relative of that Krishna boy!

  7. Haha…thats a wonderfully creative take on the case. The Talwars would be amused for sure. 😉
    I wonder how much longer is the truth going to be hidden from all of us…

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