Gurgaon: The killing of seven-year-old Pradyuman inside his school premises has left several unsolved questions before his parents and the special investigation team (SIT) of Gurgaon Police probing the gruesome murder case which has sparked countrywide outrage.
Also the report of a fact-finding committee, constituted by the Gurgaon district administration, has detected several lapses in the school, including no police verification of bus drivers, conductors and other staff, and broken boundary wall, has broadened the spectrum of investigation.
The SIT, which told a Sohna court that evidence were tampered with in the case, suspects involvement of a third person, while the child's father flagged concerns over the timings of the events on the fateful morning of September 8.
The SIT suspects involvement of a third person, who may have escaped from one of the windows of the toilet which has broken window and is located on the ground floor, SIT sources told PTI.
Official sources said the education department is planning to takeover of management to give strong message to other schools.
Primarily a policeman hit a person sitting on a motor bike while trying to stop him for a routine vehicle checking in Ramganj police station area. The man tried to run away in order to escape police and was hit with a lathi (baton)
Meanwhile, Northern Zone Head Francis Thomas and Bhodnsi branch coordinator have been sent on two-day police remand in connection with the Ryan International School murder case. Amid raging protests over the gruesome killing of a seven-year-old student at the Ryan International School, the state government also issued an order, stating that all campuses of the aforementioned school will be closed till Tuesday.