Ryan murder case: Haryana govt orders CBI probe

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On action against the school, Mr Khattar said the government has made a decision to take over the management of the school for three months. Khattar had visited their residence before addressing the media. "I appeal to the CBI to investigate the case as expeditiously as possible", Khattar said.

Varun Thakur, the father of the victim boy, had intervened in the matter, opposing the Pintos' bail pleas.

He said the Gurugram administration will take over the school for three months. A conductor of the school bus was arrested for the crime. The Chief Minister, who met the family members of seven-year-old Class 2 student Pradyuman, assured that culprits will be brought to book and justice will be done.

The claims and counter claims by school authorities and support staff members along with allegations of an attempted cover up that were leveled by Pradyuman's family members had raised serious concerns over the fairness of the probe in the sensational murder case.

"The Haryana Police has been properly conducting a probe into this case". The Gurgaon Police had detained the school's gardener, Harpal Singh.

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"In future, the schools should ensure that such incidents did not occur in their premises", he said.

Angry parents protesting outside Ryan International School in Noida (Sec 39) after principal refused to meet themTwitter/Sohil Sehran‏.

"If any school does not comply with the prescribed rules, the state government can take over the school concerned and strict action will be initiated", he said.

The top officials of the school have already been arrested after a report glaring lapses were found in the security infrastructure of the school including non-functional CCTV cameras, non-verification of staff and lack of separate toilets for staff like drivers and conductors.

Awareness should be also created about Internet hazards and road safety, he said.

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