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Ryan murder: Class XI student accused of killing Pradyuman sent to 3-day CBI remand

The Class XI Student Of Ryan International School, Who Was Arrested In Connection With Murder Of Pradyuman Thakur Has Been Sent To 3-day CBI Remand By Gurugram Court On Wednesday.

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Ashish Ranjan | Updated on: 08 Nov 2017, 05:50:39 PM
Ryan school murder: Accused Class XI student sent to 3-day CBI remand (File photo)

New Delhi:

The class XI student of Ryan International School, who was arrested in connection with murder of Pradyuman Thakur has been sent to 3-day CBI remand by Gurugram court on Wednesday.

After the CBI’s findings that a class XI student killed Pradyuman to skip exams and parent teacher meet, the lawyer has said that they still believe that there was a larger conspiracy and the CBI should file a chargesheet soon.

The lawyer has demanded strict punishment for the accused. They said that the accused should be tried as an adult and hanged.

The lawyer maintained that the CBI has yet not given clean chit to Pinto family.

Earlier in the day, the CBI had said that a class XI student of Ryan International School killed seven-year-old Pradyuman Thakur to postpone school examinations and parent teachers meeting.       

CBI spokesperson Abhishek Dayal said, "The student was apprehended after thorough investigation based on scientific evidences including inspection of crime scene, forensic analysis of CCTV and call records."

A CBI official, not willing to be named, told News Nation that the student told his fellow classmates not to prepare for examination as there will be a holiday in school prior to Pradyuman’s murder.

The officer further added, the 16-year-old was seen carrying a knife. “The class XI student was undergoing psychiatric treatment from last one year.”

Another CBI officer, part of the investigating team probing Pradyuman murder case, said, “No sexual assault theory came out during investigation.”

The CBI official further told News Nation that the student will be produced in the juvenile justice board. “The court will decide whether to treat the student as minor or major under amended JJ Act (2016).

He further added that the CBI will seek custody of the juvenile student and the investigative agency has yet not given a clean chit to the bus conductor Ashok Kumar, who was arrested by Gurugram Police in connection to the murder.

However, the detained student's father talking to media claimed his son was innocent. "He was the one to inform the teachers about the incident. The CBI made me sit for hours and later forced me sign the confession."

The Haryana government on September 23 had handed over the murder case to CBI. The case was handed over to the country’s elite investigative agency after the deceased’s father threatened to move to the Supreme Court on September 22.

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First Published : 08 Nov 2017, 05:48:01 PM