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Sensational Twist In Ryan School Murder Case:- In connection with the murder of a class II student, Pradyuman Thakur, a student of Ryan International School studying in the eleventh standard was held by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI).
As per the reports, after questioning this Class XI student multiple times, the CBI made the arrest. The suspect was detained, but later it was stated the student was held, according to initial TV reports. The Class XI boy confessed to the crime, claimed the TV report.
A school bus conductor was held earlier and molestation was also suspected. However, it was stated that there was no molestation involved in the case, once the CBI took over the matter. At around 11 pm on Tuesday, the CBI picked up the Class XI student.
To recall the brutal incident, on September 8, Pradyuman was found with his throat slit in the school bathroom. With questions raised about the security of students in schools, this led to widespread protests across the country. This was followed by the arrest of the Ryan school owners. The Punjab and Haryana High Court granted an interim bail later to the owners. Seeking cancellation of interim bail, Pradyuman’s father approached the Supreme Court later.