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NEW DELHI: The family of Hemraj Banjade, who was killed along with Aarushi Talwar on the intervening night of May 15-16, 2008, plans to move the Supreme Court to identify the murderer. They are accusing the CBI of messing up the investigation and say that justice has been denied to them.
“Doesn’t the CBI have any responsibility after the Talwars have been acquitted,” asks the brother of Hemraj’s wife, Ashok Kumar, who gave up his job as an electrician in Iraq to support his brother’s family .”What action will they be taking now? They should clarify how they have messed up the investigation,” says Kumar, adding that people need to know who murdered Aarushi and Hemraj.
Speaking to TOI in a video conference from her village Dharapani, 118km from Kathmandu, Hemraj’s widow, Khumkala Banjade, 50, talked of her family’s ordeal since the murder. “We don’t have the financial means to commute between Delhi and our village but we will move the Supreme Court. We are fighting for justice for my husband,” she said. The Allahabad high court, while acquit ting the Talwars, had slammed CBI for tampering with evidence, planting a witness and discrediting “clinching evidence” of the presence of Talwar’s compounder, Krishna, in the flat on the night of the murder. The trial judge too had got a lot of flak in the order.
Aarushi, 14, had been found murdered in her bedroom with her throat slit in their house in Noida on May 15-16, 2008. Initially , Hemraj (45) was suspected to have committed the crime but the case took a sensational turn after his decomposing body was found on the terrace of the house in Jalvayu Vihar in Noida.
Khumkala said life was tough even when Hemraj was alive, and it has become miserable since then. They get by with the support of her brother, but her 20-year-old son is bedridden due to a chest problem while she herself is finding it difficult to work as movement of her right arm is restricted. “We have a small patch of land here where I do some farming. I also work on other people’s farms.”
She said that Hemraj had gone to Delhi to find work when he was 12 years old. Since then, he was working as a domestic help at various places there. “We did not have money for even telephone calls. The only way to keep in touch was through letters in which he used to tell us about his life and when he could send us money ,” she said. Khumkala said Hemraj had started working for the Talwars 10 months before he was murdered and had come to meet them in January 2008.”
While the family is looking for answers, relatives are giving the other servants, namely Krishna Thadarai and Vijay Mandal, a clean chit. They said they have received no financial or legal help from anyone. “My family members – brothers and sisters – have been supporting me financially and emotionally. We survive with whatever little help they provide us. No NGO or human rights group has come to our rescue,” said Khumkala.