Ryan Student Murder: Haryana CM Khattar Assures Speedy Justice

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| September 9 , 2017 , 18:03 IST

A day after a seven-year-old boy was found with his throat slit on the washroom floor of Ryan International School in Gurugram's Bhondsi area, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar sought a report from the education institute.

News Agency ANI reported the Chief Minister said, "Sad incident and heinous crime. The administration has nabbed suspect; directed authorities to complete formalities within 7 days."

He also said that he will ask the court for a speedy verdict in the case.

"Once we get a report, if facts are not clear, we are ready for any kind of probe," said the CM assuring justice to the victim's family.

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Minister of State for Human Resource Development Upendra Kushwaha also said, "Culprits will not be spared. CBSE has formed a probe panel and if the school administration is held responsible, then its CBSE affiliation might get canceled."

Earlier, Haryana PWD minister Rao Narbir Singh met the parents of the victim and assured them that they will get justice for their child. He told them, “There is a tendency for common people to ask for a CBI probe. I said if you aren't satisfied with a probe by police, we’ll talk.”

The parents of the seven-year-old murder victim had on Saturday demanded a CBI probe in the case.

Demanding to know what happen to his kid, the mother said, "I want to know what happened to my child. I want CBI."She also demanded the arrest of Ryan International School's principal alleging that the principal was indifferent to their plight when they came to the hospital.

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On Friday, a seven-year-old student was allegedly killed by a bus conductor Ashok Kumar who reportedly tried to assault the Class 2 child and killed him slitting his throat when he tried to raise an alarm.

The accused has been apprehended by the police and sent on a three-day police custody.

Gurugram Police Deputy Commissioner Vinay Pratap Singh said, "A special public prosecutor will be provided for the case. A 3-member team has been constituted to look into the security lapses in the school, the report of which will be submitted by Monday. A private security agency was providing security to Gurugram Ryan International School, we will probe them as well. Schools in Gurugram will be given 15 days to comply with all security rules and regulations, after that there will be random checking of the schools."

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has also asked the School to send a report of the incident along with an FIR within two days. A three-member fact finding committee has also been set up to look into the matter.