As a fallout, two school officials - including its northern India head Francis Thomas and human resource head Jeyus Thomas - were arrested and remanded in police custody till Tuesday. Curiously, when Kumar showed where he had slit the child's throat, he pointed to the wrong side - the left ear and throat - though the fatal injury was to the right-side.
The boy was found lying in a pool blood in the school toilet on September 8 with injuries on his neck. There were almost 1,000 students and teachers alongwith non-teaching staff in the school that day, but nobody heard or saw the boy's throat being slit inside a washroom. Parents stated that some students were excited to go to school as it was being flashed on TV channels, while many others were scared of the crowds outside their grounds.
The crime took place within 10 minutes after Pradyuman was dropped at the school by his father. There has been many reports of murders, unnatural deaths and sexual assault of minors in schools and other institutions.
Kumar's claim is that the bloodstains on his shirt were a result of lifting the child's body. Why did they not suspect anything? Despite the fact that the parents pay a hefty fee for their kids, is there no basic safety for them at these high-profile schools? The students who touched the bag were given a hand sanitiser to remove the bloodstains on their hands. The petition reads, "Even after undertaking all necessary steps for security and well-being of the students as required by law, if such an unfortunate incident occurs, the institution can not be held culpable as it is itself a victim of unfortunate circumstances". Authorities are being asked to explain how the non-teaching staff was allowed to use the same toilets that were used by students. They later identified him as well. The police had even registered an FIR against the School CEO Ryan Pinto and his parents, who are its founders.
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The acting principal, who has been detained and is being questioned, is also likely to be arrested.
A fact-finding sub enquiry committee has highlighted deficiencies in the installation of CCTV cameras at the school, lack of separate toilets for drivers and conductors, unsafe toilets, broken boundary wall, lack of ramps, expired fire extinguishers and lack of police verification of employees. Every mother has a question about her children studying in schools.