“We took Talwar to the CFSL (Central Forensic Science Laboratory) on Friday morning for another lie-detector test,” a CBI sleuth said. The CBI had, on Thursday, moved an application in a special CBI court, in Ghaziabad town, for conducting a second polygraph test on the dentist, as the first one had proved inconclusive. During the hearing, judge Sapna Mishra Tripathi, had rejected Talwar’s bail plea and extended his judicial custody by 14 days.
The agency has questioned a number of people but is nowhere near zeroing in the motive for the crime.
Late Thursday, the CBI subjected dentist couple Praful and Anita Durani, who are friends of Talwar family, to a lie-detector test.