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In murder case of 2nd grade student, Haryana Police framed bus conductor, CBI found the real accused
4/16/2018 12:19:17 AM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Apr 15: Jammu and Kashmir government remained adamant on its stand about not to handover the Kathua rape and murder case to Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and ensured that Crime Branch files the charge sheet in the case within shortest possible time. Every sane person has condemned the brutal rape and murder of an 8-year old minor Kathua girl and everyone is demanding stern punishment for the perpetrators.
Amidst this din the voices which have been seeking the CBI probe into the case have been silenced and the people demanding the CBI enquiry have been labeled as "pro-rapist." An analyst while talking to Early Times said, "It's unfortunate that voices of the people seeking the CBI probe into the incident have been scuttled and the investigations in the case were finalized within 90-days."
He said that last year murder of a 2nd grade student Pradhyuman Thakur of Ryan International School at Gugaon Harayana triggered nationwide outrage. Under pressure to nab the accused Haryana Police arrested a bus conductor in connection with the case and presented him as the main accused. It looked like an open a shut case. However, after the loop holes came to fore the Haryana government handed over the case to CBI for the enquiry. The CBI probe opened a Pandora's box and it came to fore that a 16-year-old student of Ryan International School in Gurugram, who wanted exams and a scheduled meeting between teachers and parents delayed, is the prime accused in the murder the grade 2nd student. The Haryana Police had earlier claimed that Pradhyuman was killed by school bus conductor Ashok Kumar inside the toilet as the boy resisted a bid to sodomise him. While Ashok Kumar was arrested, Pradhyuman's parents and two other staffers claimed that he was being made a scapegoat. The CBI spokesperson said the Class 11 student was detained after "inspection of the crime spot, scrutiny of CCTV footage, call records, statements and questioning of several people."
The probe revealed that the accused had carried a knife inside the school campus on the day of the crime and used it to kill his junior school mate.
An observer said that it's unfortunate that rape and murder case of the minor Kathua girl was given a political colour and it looked like that people of Rasana village are pitted against the government. "Many people are of the opinion that Crime Branch carried out the probe in a hurry. The J&K government should give a chance to CBI to probe the case to make it doubly sure that CB probe has nailed the real culprits," he added.
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