Trial court admits of 210 pages of typographical errors on Aarushi verdict

Ghaziabad. After the sensational verdict by the High Court acquitting the Talwars, the trial court has finally admitted to 120 pages of typographical errors. The last verdict was full of typographical errors based on a typographical correction by CBI. Had the court denied to allow the typographical error theory, all this would never have happened, the trial court has said in response to the verdict from the High Court.

“The trial judge, now retired, always has loved the language. He loved to type pages and pages of verdict even for the simplest of cases. According to reliable sources, the judge has started to type the verdict as soon as the trial has started. The honour killing theory was so thin, so cruel and so unhonourly for the court to even consider. If Aarushi were alive today, she would apply pepper spray on all the people who had come up with the theory and who had carried it out for getting a verdict in their favour”, a chaiwala opposite the trial court in Ghaziabad told My Voice.

“I have learnt that the CBI may appeal in the Supreme Court against the High Court verdict. For what? What is the CBI going to achieve by sending the Talwars behind the bars again. There are people who loot the country and result in direct deaths of several people. Murderers and anti social elements walk around with complete swagger with political backup. CBI will not as much file a chargesheet against them. But, on Talwars, it is prestigious issue. That too on the basis of highly ineffective initial investigation by the police, followed by further inferior procedures by CBI” an activist and a rationalist told My Voice.

“What is the worst thing that can happen to parents? Losing a child. What could be even more worse? Being accused of the child’s murder. And the unthinkable final inhuman accusation would be to be told that the dead child was characterless. May God give them strength!” an activist and a good soul told My Voice on the Trial Court verdict earlier and welcomed the new High Court verdict.

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