Coming as another big development in the murder case of a student of Ryan International School in Gurugram, the accused bus conductor Ashok has been brought to the school premises by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), the central agency which has taken over the case.
The Central Investigation Agency said that they will be reconstructing the sequence of events of how the incident took place. The CBI is going to recreate the entire scene to reexamine what exactly happened in the school campus when the 7-year-old class II student Pradyuman was found dead in a pool of blood with his throat slit in school’s toilet.
According to reports, some of the teachers might also be called in for further questioning in the case.
The CBI has taken over the probe in on September 23 following repeated appeals by victim’s father for a fair investigation in the case.
Pradyuman’s father Barun Chandra Thakur had also asked why the government was silent on his son’s death and did it mean that they are providing safe passage to the accused.
Barun Chandra Thakur, in a statement, said that he had reached out to several leaders of the ruling BJP, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, over Twitter, but none of them had replied to him.
CBI has registered an FIR under sections of the IPC for murder, Arms act, Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POSCO) Act and Juvenile Justice Act.
On September 23, a 3-member team of CBI officers along with a team of 12 Forensic experts visited Ryan School in Gurugram’s Bhondsi.
The investigation team is being headed by Gurugram DSP LK Jaiswal also had SHO of Gurugram present at the spot to monitor the probe.
While the investigation in the murder case is underway, Haryana Government has taken over the school management for three months.