Two school officials nabbed, bosses seek anticipatory bail

Two school officials nabbed, bosses seek anticipatory bail

Two school officials nabbed, bosses seek anticipatory bail

The boy, a class II student, was found lying in a pool of blood with his throat slit in the washroom of the upmarket Gurgaon School on September 8. Following the murder, a bus conductor was arrested after grilling him for hours. At Bombay High Court, Ryan and his parents - Augustine Pinto (73), the group's founding chairman, and Grace Pinto (62), the managing director - sought transit anticipatory bail.

Meanwhile, acting principal Neerja Batra, who was called for interrogation on Monday, fell ill and had to be hospitalised.

A decision to install closed-circuit television in all classrooms, stairways, galleries, washrooms, and other open spaces in all schools was also taken, while in neighbouring Delhi, the government announced police verification of non-teaching staff of all government and private schools in three weeks.

Police team arrive to investigate after the murder of a 2nd grade student of Ryan International School in Gurugram. The team is likely to question the school management in connection with the incident, an official said.

The Pintos, in their plea, said that while the death of the boy was unfortunate, the management can not be held culpable and that they themselves were victims of the unfortunate circumstances.

The bench comprised of Justices A M Khanwilkar and D Y Chandrachud was told by Thakur's counsel, that they were in the process of filing petition with the apex court registry.

It is time school principals and administrators go back to being educators, rather than business professionals devoted to increasing school profits at the cost of educating children in a safe and secure environment. During 2014, Pinto instructed her school teachers to add at least 10 members per person and a form was distributed for the same.

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On the same day police have arrested Ashok Kumar, a conductor of a school bus, for the murder.

On Monday, the police also arrested two top functionaries of the school saying there was an attempt to destroy evidence in the case.

- India Today reports that the school and the local administration together had flouted several security provisions made mandatory by the police and the Punjab & Haryana High Court.

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar had yesterday termed as "unfortunate" the baton charging in which some mediapersons covering the protest were also injured and ordered action against erring policemen.

The Station House Officer (SHO) at Sadar Sohna, Inspector Arun, was also suspended on Sunday.

Parents continued to stage violent protests outside the Ryan International School on Saturday, demanding that the school be held responsible for Pradyuman's death.

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