The killing of a seven-year-old Class 2 student inside Ryan International School premises has left several unsolved questions before his parents and the special investigation team of Gurgaon Police probing the gruesome murder.
Augustine and Grace Pinto granted interim bail.
However, the three main trustees remained elusive and the details of the other trustees were not known.
The lawyer said that they would make all effort and put forth arguments in the high court, saying that the bail shouldn't be extended to such kind of accused. The court adjourned the hearing but has said that the applicants can not be arrested till Wednesday. Two top officials of Ryan International School were earlier arrested while the acting principal was detained for questioning in connection with the murder.
The two-member Haryana police team of assistant sub-inspector (ASI) Madan Singh and Police Inspector (PI) Anand Kumar arrived at Samta Nagar Police station this morning; the headquarters comes under the jurisdiction of the police station.
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Media reports have quoted school bu, s driver Raghav, as claiming that the police and the school management forced him to give a wrong statement against the innocent conductor that the knife, which was allegedly used in the crime, was part of tool kit and kept in the bus.
The brutal murder was discovered when seven-year-old Pradyuman Thakur was found with his throat slit in a washroom within the school premises last week Friday.
On Sunday night, Haryana police officers arrested two top officials of the Ryan International School Group identified as Francis Thomas, regional head of the Ryan Group of Institutions, and HR head Jeyus Thomas under section 75 of the Juvenile Justice Act. The prime accused in the case, Ashok Kumar, had been produced in a court in Sohna on Tuesday afternoon and was sent to judicial custody.
The family of Pradyuman Thakur on Wednesday reached Mumbai to present the victim's version in Mumbai High Court.