Khattar announces CBI probe into Pradhuman's murder

Posted September 16, 2017

Despite that and in view of the demand, this case is being handed over to the CBI for a probe.

Addressing the gathering at the Digital Haryana Summit 2017 Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said that the Haryana Government has raised the Floor Area Ratio (FAR) from 250 to 500 for IT and IT enabled companies. "There are a lot of loopholes which need to be investigated and CBI can do in-depth investigation which will clear the motive of the murder".

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"The Haryana government made a decision to take over the management of the school after the fact-finding sub-committee in its reports found various irregularities with regard student security inside the school premises", Vinay Singh said.

Khattar visited the bereaved family after Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar requested his Haryana counterpart to take stern action against those involved in the killing of a 7-year-old boy.Kumar had called up Khattar and also expressed his grief over the incident.

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Conflicting reports have emerged over the role of the accused, Ashok Kumar, in the murder with several support staff members of the school - bus conductors, drivers and cleaners, claiming that they were asked by the school management and some members of the Gurgaon police to testify in a manner that indicts Ashok for the crime.

Thakur said the responsibility of school managements should be fixed in such cases.

Varun Thakur, the father of a seven-year-old boy murdered inside the Gurugram branch of the Ryan International School in Haryana last week, filed an application on Wednesday in the Bombay High Court seeking dismissal of the anticipatory transit bail plea filed by the school's trustees.

The Directorate of School Education and the Haryana government have constituted a committee to frame guidelines for safety of students and teachers at schools. They were also directed to get CCTV cameras installed at important locations inside school premises.

There would be proper attendance, reporting of absentees and compulsory ID cards for staff and students while special attention would be paid to accident and abuse-prone areas inside schools, he said.