Juvenile sent to observation home till November 22

Teenager sent to juvenile home with the next date of hearing as November 22

-Vinayak Sharma 

A Gurugram juvenile court on Saturday sent the teenager apprehended by the CBI in connection with the killing of a seven-year-old boy in the Ryan International School here to observation home till November 22. CBI sources said the court has fixed the next date of hearing on November 22.
The most sensitive case of Gurugram came up with the new facts on Saturday morning. CBI sources revealed that CCTV footage shows three students going towards toilet with the accused. According to the sources, not only one but four people were present in the CCTV footage.

These facts raised the plethora of questions against Gurugram Police administration and Haryana government. After CBI revealed, DCP called the meeting with SIT and thrashed the team for not being serious and accountable towards the case. These facts and baseless decisions taken by the administration against Ashok Kumar portray the reckless working of the Police department.

Ashok’s family on the case
“Barun Thakur lost his son(Pradyuman), but he saved my son. I will remain grateful to Pradyuman’s family for their stand,” Kela Devi, Ashok’s mother said. Pradyuman’s father Barun Thakur insisted on a CBI inquiry after police arrested Kela Devi’s son Ashok Kumar, conductor, Ryan International School, Bhondsi, Gurugram.
Kela Devi, Ashok’s mother informed about her son that he has struggled throughout his life to give comfort to this family. His dream is to get a small house for his family and provide his children with good education.
Ashok has two sons and his elder son has a conversation with media and said that, “My father is a loving and caring person. He has never slapped me or my younger brother. How could he kill a boy of this small age”? “Our father wanted me and my younger brother to study well and achieve something big in life,” he added.

Earlier in the day, the apprehended teenager, a class 11 student of the school, was taken by the Central Bureau of Investigation to the school to recreate the crime scene, they said.
The sources said the team reached the school at around noon along with the accused and remained there for over three hours before taking him to the juvenile court where a hearing was scheduled.
The team asked the teenager to explain the events that took place on September 8 morning when Pradyuman, a class 2 student of the school, was allegedly killed by him, they said.

He was asked to explain entire chain of events, even the smallest of the details, that unfolded on that day as the team took various measurements and recorded time, among others, needed to commit the crime as part of a corroborative exercise, they said, adding it was done to ascertain the claims of the accused.

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