A Bench headed by Justice P Sathasivam dismissed the plea filed by the family of the victims.
The family had alleged that the ashram authority was involved in the case and it was not possible for the state police to conduct a free and fair investigation.
The Bench after going through all the evidence said there is no need for a CBI probe but clarified the trial court can order further probe, if some new facts come up.
The apex court dismissed the appeal filed by the family challenging a Gujarat High Court order, which too had refused to direct a CBI probe in the case.
Two young boys Deepesh and Abhishek had gone missing from the ashram on July 3, 2008 and two days later on July 5, 2008, they were found dead outside the ashram.
The victims' parents had filed the writ petition in the high court seeking a CBI probe.
JUSTICE SYSTEM IS HANICAPPED IN THIS BLOODY COUNTRY
What a DEAD Ashram.... Where innocent kids were brutally murder. It is still MYSTERIOUS WHY no action did take against such UNHOLY Ashram.It seemed as there is no JUDICIARY system in our country......And if is there ...then ONLY meant for poor and illiterate people. SHAME....ON SUCH Ashram.
This is contempt of court. This means you are not ready to accept SUPREME COURT ORDERS. After all the enquiries SUPREME COURT OF INDIA gives this judgment. Who are you to quetion it. Why people like you are bent upon framing an accident in to thriller assumptions. Slap on those people who were involved in defaming Indian Hindu Culture.