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Aarushi Talwar’s grandfather speaks out after 7-years of silence with an open letter to India

 

After all these years, Nupur Talwar’s father Retd. Gp Capt. B.G.Chinis breaks his silence not on the infamous case, but about him losing hope on system. 

 

On the Facebook page of Free The Talwars, he posted an open letter letting lose all his agony.

 

Read it here:

 

I had an angel – Aarushi – as my granddaughter who was lovingly brought up at our – her Grandparents’ house – since she was born in May 1994. I had seen her blossom into a doe eyed, beautiful, radiant and sparkling young girl who brought into our lives boundless happiness and joy.

 

But the destiny, at its worst, separated us from her just as she turned 14 year old, in a most cruel manner. She was murdered in her own house, in her own bed.

 

When I saw her lifeless like a doll in her bed, I was numb with unimaginable shock. I could see faces around me with pairs of eyes following me. Some with curiosity, some moist, some with unbelievable blank expression, to fathom what had happened. I saw my daughter Nupur crying copiously and Rajesh – Aarushi’s father, moving around aimlessly, not knowing what was happening around.

ALL OF US SHOULD PONDER OVER THE FACT THAT IT’S FRIGHTENING EVEN TO THINK WHAT HAS BEEN DONE TO NUPUR AND RAJESH. AND IT CAN HAPPEN TO ANY OF US IN THE SOCIETY?

 

Sometimes I wonder if this is the country I dreamt about, and fought for.

– Gp Capt. B G Chinis (Retd.)

 

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