A Gurgaon court Monday dismissed the bail plea of the 16-year-old accused of murdering a Class II student of a prominent school in Gurgaon.
According to the HRD data, five complaints were received by the government including two from Haryana and one each from Rajasthan, Bihar and Uttarakhand
The JJB had passed the order on a plea that the accused teenager should not be treated as a juvenile.
Recently the Supreme Court had dismissed a plea challenging the anticipatory bail granted to the trustees of the school in the murder case of the seven-year-old boy.
Varun Thakur said he was told by Haryana minister Rao Narbir Singh that a CBI inquiry would take time and that the family should trust the state police’s investigation.
A team of around 15 officials spent over four hours at the school, recreating the crime scene and conducting investigations where the accused was produced late afternoon.
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Neighbours said the juvenile has a younger brother, who studies in a primary class in another school. “His brother is around the same age as Pradyuman — that’s what makes it so unbelievable,” a neighbour said.
On September 8 — hours before news of Kumar’s arrest reached his family in Ghamroj village — “two or three people” took his Aadhaar card, photos and voter ID card from the house, his family said.
“His friends and teachers told me that he mostly played with children his age. So there is no chance that he might have known the Class XI boy. He never complained at home about being harassed,” Sushma said.