Ryan murder: CBI asks Gurugram cops about probe botch-up

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The investigators had accused that the juvenile had committed the crime to postpone the examinations and the parent-teacher meeting that was set to happen soon in the school.

In a fresh twist in the sensational Ryan International murder case, the accused class XI student has allegedly told the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) that he did not kill his junior Pradyuman Thakur and he was forced to confess the crime, reports said.

While the police team had apprehended Ashok Kumar, who was working as a conductor in the school bus for the murder, the CBI investigation gave him a clean chit and detained the juvenile who studies in the same school. The team members, however, remained silent on exactly how they made this grave error.

He further accused the CBI of coming up with false evidences in order to implicate the juvenile and to justify their action of arresting him.

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According to reports, the CBI had now stated that Ashok Kumar - the bus conductor suspected earlier, was also in the washroom at that moment, however, the CCTV footage showed that he was unaware of the crime. CNN-News18 had quoted CBI sources as saying that the police may have also tried to destroy the evidence. Days later, the police arrested a school bus conductor for the murder; he allegedly confessed to killing Pradhyumn.

The Juvenile Justice Board had directed CBI to allow child welfare committee (CWC) to probe the social activities of the murder suspect and profile his behaviour, likings and followings on the social front. "We're not alleging anything as yet, but we're definitely curious about how investigating officials missed or misinterpreted these", an officer told TOI.

On Monday, Mamata, wife of Ashok Kumar, the driver held by the Haryana police for the murder of 7-year-old Pradyuman demanded justice and proper investigation, while accusing the school administration of hatching a conspiracy against her husband.

Meanwhile, the accused student has been sent to Faridabad observation home where he will be kept till November 22.

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