Haryana Police on Tuesday left Ryan International School in Kandivali, Mumbai after questioning school’s management team.
The two officials from Haryana Police were at the campus of Ryan International School, said DCP (Zone-XII) Vinay Rathod. Of the two officials, one of them is an inspector-level officer. They verified documents and questioning staff, said an official.
Fourteen police teams have been constituted to probe the case.
Earlier on Tuesday, Ryan International Group’s founding chairman and managing director were granted interim protection from arrest by the Bombay High Court till Wednesday in connection with the murder of a seven-year-old boy in the school campus in Gurgaon.
Ryan International Group’s founding chairman Augustine Pinto, 73, and his wife Grace Pinto, 62, who is the group's managing director, on Monday had approached the high court seeking anticipatory bail apprehending arrest in the case.
Niteen Pradhan, their counsel, had yesterday said that Augistine, Grace and their son Ryan Pinto, group chief executive officer (CEO), had also filed an anticipatory bail plea.
Pradhan on Tuesday said that due to some problem, Ryan’s application was not filed with the high court registry.
“His application for anticipatory bail is in process and will be filed soon," added Pradhan.
On September 9, The Gurgaon Police has arrested a bus conductor who confessed to killing the Class 2 student of Ryan International School in Sohna.
The 7-year-old student was found dead with his throat slit in a toilet in the school building, police said.