The CBI has launched a separate investigation to probe the role of four Gurugram cops in alleged destruction of importance evidence in the case to incriminate school bus conductor Ashok Kumar. As per the CBI, the accused student had looked up for different types of poison over the internet before committing the murder.
Last week, a 16-year-old student of the school was detained by the CBI and accused of slitting his junior's throat in the toilet to delay exams.
The accused juvenile, according to the CBI meant to delay the examination and postpone the parent-teacher meeting.
The CBI, which told Gurgaon's Juvenile Justice Board headed by principal magistrate Davender Singh on Saturday that the accused was no longer required for questioning after a three-day interrogation and could be sent to an observation home for children, is now certain about the sequence of events. The incident triggered protests by parents who were left shocked by the ghastly murder and demanded a CBI probe into the incident.
Pradyuman's parents also confirmed to TOI that the two (Pradyuman and the accused class XI student ) had been going to piano classes for the last two years.
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CBI was also probing the role of a second student in the killing, sources told ANI.
Reports state that when the accused reached the school on September 8, he saw the victim in a corridor.
On November 10, it emerged that the Gurgaon police planted the murder weapon, a knife, on school bus conductor Ashok Kumar as they accused him of being the killer and declared the case as "solved" within hours.
"If the poor common man, Ashok Kumar (conductor), accused of our child Pradhuman's murder, is let off by the CBI, then Gurugram police or whoever participated in framing him to divert attention, deserves no mercy and must be punished most severely and appropriately", Sinha said in a series of tweets.
Meanwhile, Haryana Police accepted that they did not watch the CCTV footage very carefully, as per a DNA report.