Protesters Burn Liquor Shop Near School; Demand CBI Investigation
Protesters who had gathered near the school in Gurugram have demanded a proper investigation into the incident.
Following the death of a seven-year-old boy in the Gurgaon branch of Ryan International School, protesters comprising of mostly parents gathered near the school and demanded justice for the innocent boy who was killed brutally.
Sunday saw the protest at Gurgaon’s Ryan International School turning violent as the liquor shop, that was found to be within 50 meters of the school, was set ablaze and some window panes were also broken, The Indian Express reported. The parents who gathered in front of the school demanding a CBI probe in the murder.
Notably, one of the school’s bus conductor, Ashok Kumar, was arrested within hours of the murder. And, on being grilled by the police, he even confessed his crime of murdering the Class 2 student after attempting to sexually assault him.
However, during Sunday’ protest, angry parents of the children said that they are not satisfied with the investigations and they feel that the bus conductor is being framed. They accused the school management of negligence and demanded that the school takes the responsibility for the safety of the students.
It must be mentioned here that another factor that brings the attention to the school management’s careless security system is the incomplete boundary wall that is not only unguarded but also incomplete. The owner of a nearby eatery even stated that for the past two years, the boundary wall has not progressed after the 100 meters and along with cows, nearby laborers also enter the premises of the school at night.
Additionally, it has also been reported that the security agency company catering to the school has been suspended by the district administration and committee has also been formed to investigate the security system of the school.
The Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has condemned the sad incident and has also promised that quick action will be taken.