Ryan school murder case handed over to CBI, says Haryana CM

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Khattar met the parents of the deceased child at their residence and immediately after announced that the CBI would take over the investigation. "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". "There was a demand from the family members and several others for handing over the case to the CBI for investigation", he told reporters in Gurgaon.

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Friday said that the state government had handed over the inquiry into the murder of a seven-year-old boy at Ryan International School in Gurugram to the Central Bureau of Investigation.

Father of the deceased student, Varun Thakur said he is Glad that the sensitivity this case deserved has been shown by the government.

According to the Newspaper, . Khattar added that the management of the school will be taken over by the state government for the next three months. "Kumar's clothes didn't have any blood stains on them", said Harpal, a gardener in the school.

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The chief minister, who visited the house of Pradyuman, offered his condolences to his family.

The management of the school has also been booked under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code in connection with the murder. A conductor of the school bus was arrested for the crime. "In future, the schools should ensure that such incidents did not occur on their premises", he added. His wife claims he has been forced to make the confession.

He said the safety measures included safe transportation of children with female escort and maintenance of entry and exit records of all visitors to schools.

On the CM's directive, Bihar Director General of Police P K Thakur had a telephonic conversation with his Haryana counterpart and requested him to to take strongest possible action against the culprits in the case, it said.

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