Several broadcast journalists were seen sending live feed for transmission, hanging on to every small detail and tracking every movement.
Dasna (UP): A large crowd of mediapersons camped outside Dasna Jail from early Friday morning, keeping a close watch on every movement in and out of the high-security prison that had housed Rajesh and Nupur Talwar for four years.
The crowds, including curious onlookers, grew as the day progressed, everybody waiting for the Talwars to walk out of jail and back into the unrelenting media spotlight. The Allahabad high court on Thursday acquitted them in the 2008 murders of daughter Aarushi and their domestic help Hemraj.
As the sensational murder case, which continues to remain a mystery, dominated television news and newspaper headlines once again, the media descended outside the jail hoping to capture every moment of their release — and any bits of information about their life inside jail.
Several broadcast journalists were seen sending live feed for transmission, hanging on to every small detail and tracking every movement. Their counterparts in the print media, meanwhile, took notes and relayed “newsy” details over the phone.
Journalists could be seen running after those who had come to meet their relatives inside the jail, seeking to get details about what was going on inside.