Ryan school murder: It's like warning to people and schools, justice will be served for sure, says Javadekar

Updated On : 09 Sep , 2017 , 01:59 PM
Ryan school murder: Protests continue in front of school (Image: ANI)
Ryan school murder: Protests continue in front of school (Image: ANI)
New Delhi:

The murder of a 7-year-old student inside Ryan International School in Gurgaon has sparked row with many protests happening outside the school. Heavy police deployment was seen outside the school.

The accused sent to 3-day police remand by Gurugram court.

The principal of the school has been suspended, informed lawyer of the victim of Ryan International School.

"Suspended Principal. Took action against security agency of the school. Special Committee probing case," said Gurugram DCP.

"Unfortunate. It's like warning to people and schools. Justice will be served for sure," Union HRD Min Prakash Javadekar on Gurugram school murder.

Parents of the kid have also demanded CBI probe into the incident.

"Going to Gurugram tomorrow. Culprit won't be spared. Sympathies with child's parents," said Haryana Education Minister.

Earlier, the Gurgaon Police had arrested a bus conductor who confessed to killing the Class 2 student of Ryan International School in Sohna on Friday.

According to police, the bus conductor Ashok Kumar attempted sexual assault before killing the second grader.

“Killer attempted to sexually abuse 7-year-old schoolboy,” police said.

The 7-year-old student was found dead with his throat slit in a toilet in the school building, police said.

“The students alerted the teachers and the school management then informed police, who rushed him to Artemis Hospital. He was declared brought dead by doctors,” Ravinder Kumar, PRO Gurgaon Police, said.

A team of police and forensic experts is investigating the case. Blood samples, finger prints from the crime scene have been collected and a knife with blood stains, probably the murder weapon was also recovered from the spot.

First Published : Saturday, September 09, 2017 12:06 PM
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