Ryan school murder: CBI takes over probe but Pradyuman’s father is not happy

Published on Sep 23 2017 - - India - -

Following huge uproar over delay, the CBI on Friday registered an FIR in Pradyuman murder that took place on September 8 in Ryan International School in Gurugram.
The CBI registered the FIR eight days after the central government sent a notification following recommendation by the Haryana government. The delay in such a sensitive case was strongly objected by deceased’s father Varun Thakur. “In such a sensitive case chances of destruction of evidences and manipulation of eyewitnesses are on the higher side, every day matters to us. Delayed by eight important days and overall 16 days after the crime seems to be part of big conspiracy by the Pintos ,” Thakur said.
He raised suspicion that Pintos are using Gurugram police as a tool to destroy evidences and manipulate eyewitnesses. It is expected that CBI team will reach the school on Saturday and take documents related to the case from Gurugram police. Thakur said he had appealed to the top leaders of the country to expedite the CBI inquiry into the sensitive matter. Thakur’s lawyer alleged that the CBI inquiry had not yet started despite the Haryana government recommending it.
If the formal inquiry by the CBI is not started by Saturday then Thakur will move the SC on Monday. “The way Pradyuman was killed and the investigating theory given by Gurugram SIT cannot justify the incident. If I would conjecture for a moment that alleged conductor Ashok Kumar had killed my son in toilet, he is not the only culprit. He must be backed by someone else who conspired the murder. I am fully sure that main culprit is holding a key position in the school ,” Thakur said.
“The SIT’s reason of holding Kumar responsible is that he was ‘masturbating in the toilet’ and when Pradyuman entered, he tried to sodomise him. This is not justifying the motive of accused. We have serious objection over the theory of SIT as Kumar did not have any enmity with me or my son in the past.

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