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2:06 am - Saturday September 23, 2017

Student’s murder: SIT finds security lapses; Ryan CEO appeals for wait till probe is complete

Agencies, New Delhi/Gurugram

Amid mounting anger against Gurugram branch of the Ryan International school over the murder of its seven-year-old student on Friday, the Group’s CEO Ryan Pinto today appealed to all parties concerned not to hold the school guilty of crime till investigations into the case were complete.

His appeal came on a day the three-member SIT in its report is said to have found various holes in the security in the school, including employing staff, without police verification and use of same toilet by both students and the staff.

The parents of the school students are demanding a CBI probe into the matter and cancellation of school licence.

‘As the investigations are ongoing, we request all parties concerned to refrain from holding Ryan School culpable of a crime where it is itself a victim of unfortunate circumstances,’ Mr Pinto said in a statement issued here tonight.

Earlier in the day, guardians of school children and nearby local residents in Gurugram held protest in front of Ryan International building and set afire shops in the area in protest against the brutal murder of the second standard student in a toilet in school premises, allegedly by the school bus conductor, leading to Police lathi-charge.

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