In its February 5 chargesheet, the CBI had urged the court to discharge the conductor citing that there was no evidence against him and that he was coerced by the Gurgaon Police to confess to the crime.
On Thursday, police had arrested 23 people and detained eight minors. Police said Amu was detained as a preventive measure and remanded in judicial custody by a Gurgaon court on Friday.
The forest department team, armed with a snake stick, picked up the animal and placed it inside a bag before taking it away. The snake has been identified as a four-feet-long Common Krait which, officials said, is around three years old.
Ryan school murder case: Class XI student held in Ryan International school murder case: Don’t know where Gurgaon Police got knife, says CBI
Ryan International School murder case: The agency had, earlier in the day, sought six-day remand of the boy, but the JJB granted three days. Sources told The Indian Express that judicial magistrate Devender met the boy in his chamber during remand proceedings.
Ryan student murder case: The brutal murder was discovered when seven-year-old Pradyuman Thakur was found with his throat slit in a washroom within the school premises on Friday.
Ryan student murder case: The district administration has also suspended the private security company operating at the Ryan International School and set up a committee to audit the school’s security.
Ryan student death: School bus conductor Ashok was arrested and allegedly confessed to the crime. He slit the boy’s throat after the child resisted his attempts to sexually assault him.
Varun Thakur also questioned the police why no action has been taken in the case till now. “Why has no action been taken till now? My 7-yr-old son has been killed.”
Ryan International School death: “We are investigating the case from all angles … of homicide, enmity and others. The police team is examining the CCTV footage from over 30 cameras installed on the school premises,” police said.
The accused also allegedly threw woman’s six-month-old daughter off an auto rickshaw that led to the child’s death last week. A case under relevant section of murder, molestation and common intent against unknown persons has been reportedly registered.
‘Gurugram’ is the symptom of a disease which generates a striving to return to some previous perfection.
Taking a jibe at VHP, Singh said, “Tomorrow, they may ask me to change my name but there is no logic in it.”
Gurugram is living proof that India still lives in its villages
While more than 100 cities and towns have already been renamed, we take a look at 20 prominent ones and a glimpse into their history.