Ryan victim, accused knew each other

Ryan victim, accused knew each other

BJP leaders in Haryana are a divided lot after the CBI declared that the murderer of a Class 2 student here was a senior schoolmate and not a bus conductor as alleged by Haryana Police.

A day after CBI confirmed the confession of the 16-year-old accused in the sensational Ryan school murder case, the father of the class 11 student on Saturday claimed his son is innocent and has been "brutally" tortured. He saw Pradyuman entering the school premises and he took him to the washroom on some pretext, stood behind him and then slit his throat.

The agency had earlier taken the teenager to identify the shop where he purportedly purchased the murder weapon and had interrogated the suspect to reconstruct the scene of the crime and collect other evidences.

The CBI said that the class X1 student committed the crime to get the parent-teacher meeting (PTA) and an examination postponed. His body was found near the school's toilet. The agency, however, said it has found the actual knife used in the crime and thrown in a commode.

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The scuffle continued for more than a minute until the women climbed back out and into their auto and fled the scene. Video showed a customer hanging out of a McDonald's drive-thru window, throwing punches at an employee inside.

The cold-blooded murder case of the seven-year-old Pradyuman Thakur took a new dimension on Wednesday after the CBI trashed the probe by the Gurugram police and gave a clean chit to the bus conductor. The accused teenager who CBI reported had confessed killing Pradyuman inside the school's toilet will be kept in the Observation Home until November 22, which is the next hearing date. "You think a 16-year-old can murder someone and sit normally at home and behave normally for two months without anyone knowing about what he has done", said the father of the child.He stated that they have been cooperating with the officials during the investigation.

The CBI has told the juvenile court Pradyuman murder accused admitted crime in presence of his father and other witnesses.

Ashoke's family has said that they will now file a case against the cops for planting evidence against him, reports said.

Sources said that the juvenile court has appointed an independent welfare officer to monitor the investigation and questioning of the apprehended student.

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