The death of a 7-year-old, class 2 student, Pradumn Thakur created havoc in the national capital. "Section Incharges/Cleaniliness Incharge/floor incharges /PETs /Activity teachers are constantly on rounds and the school campus is under CCTV coverage and constantly monitored".
The Congress spokesperson said the district authorities in Gurugram had drawn up a set of guidelines for the safety of children in schools in 2014 jointly with the police, parents, child safety experts, child psychologists, judiciary, civil organisations and members of the media. "We request the public to refrain from turning violent and to let police do their work", the statement said.
The Gurgaon Police's Special Investigation Team (SIT) detained the gardener yesterday. HuffPost India reported that the SIT probe has revealed that Kumar was already there inside the bathroom and there might have been an accomplice.
Questions have been raised by many parents over police investigation as many believe that Ashok has been made a scapegoat.
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A complaint was also filed on Monday against the Vasant Kunj branch of the Ryan International School, citing several security lapses.
CBSE Dy. Secretary (Affiliation) Jaiprakash Chaturvedi said that all schools will have to setup an internal grievance redressal committee, which will have the participation of students, parents and the school staff.
Meanwhile, the Bombay High Court rejected the anticipatory bail pleas of three trustees of the Ryan International Group but granted them interim protection from arrest till tomorrow to enable them file appeal.
The team also found that the school did not have separate washrooms for drivers and conductors and that it had hired a lot of staff without proper background checks and police verification.
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If a person employed with the schools was found guilty of any other criminal offence, he or she should be immediately terminated, it said.
He was found with his throat slit on the morning of September 8 in the school toilet.
A medical that conducted the post mortem examination said that victim's throat was slit twice.
He informed that nearly the entire neck of the student was slit, stating that he might have died in the school itself considering the kind of injuries. Bus driver Saurabh Raghav also claimed to have entered the school at the same time, after which the accused conductor Ashok Kumar helped deboard the students which would take a few minutes. Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar, too, has asserted that there will be no leniency and the school management will be held accountable for negligence and alleged tampering of evidence.
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