Ryan murder case: Class XI teen searched Internet to find ‘ways to remove fingerprint’
New Delhi: Days after a massive twist in the Ryan International School murder case, it has come to light that the class XI student, who allegedly committed the crime, searched the internet for several types of poison and ways to use them.
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The 16-year-old boy, who is now the prime accused in the murder of Pradyuman Thakur, also scanned the internet for ways to remove fingerprints from knives, reported The Hindustan Times.
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The development comes days after the CBI questioned the new suspect thoroughly and took him back to the crime scene on Saturday. Sources have confirmed to HT that the CBI, in charge of probing the case, discovered the fresh details after going through the boy’s laptop and mobile device.
The CBI has not officially made these details public, and the case is turning into a complex mystery with every passing day.
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While the CBI charge sheet accessed by Times Now indicates that the class XI student has admitted committing the crime, his father claims that his child is innocent. He has also alleged that the CBI is torturing his son under the pretext of interrogation.
The Class XI student of Gurugram’s Ryan school was arrested by the CBI a few days ago in connection with the murder of Pradyuman, the 7-year-old found murdered in the washroom of the posh school.
According to the CBI, the teenager had slit Pradyuman’s throat on the morning of September 8 in the school bathroom in order to get the school to postpone a parent-teacher meeting and an examination.
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Following the CBI’s submission that the accused had confessed to his crime in front of his father and an independent witness, a juvenile court sent the minor to three-day CBI remand on Thursday.
Earlier on Saturday, the CBI team brought the arrested teenager to the Gurugram branch of Ryan International School in order to recreate the murder scene at the crime spot.
The teachers of the school were also asked to join the investigation as the CBI team is inspecting the possible role of a second student in the crime.
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The CBI took over the probe into the murder case 13 days after the murder.
The CBI has also revealed major lapses on part of the police, which first began to probe the murder. The most shocking revelation was that it was the Gurgaon police who had planted the knife on Ryan school’s bus conductor in order to pressurise him to confess.
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