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Ryan Group's northern zone head, branch co-ordinator sent on 2-day police remand
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NEW DELHI, Sep 11 (Agencies): The Supreme Court on Monday issued notices to Centre, CBI, Haryana govt and the CBSE in connection with the alleged murder of a Class II student of a Ryan International Group School in Gurugram. The deceased's father Varun Thakur had earlier moved the top court, alleging severe administrative loopholes. Earlier on Sunday, Francis Thomas, the school's northern India head and Jeyus Thomas, coordinator and Human Resource (HR) head were arrested, under section 75 of the Juvenile Justice Act.

The child was allegedly killed by the school bus conductor, who was arrested soon after the incident came to light on September 08.

Here are the LIVE updates:-

-Ryan International Group's northern zone head Francis Thomas and branch (Bhondsi) co-ordinator sent on 2-day police remand.

-(In pics) Ryan Group's north head Francis Thomas, branch co-ordinator produced in Sohna Court.

-Police likely to interrogate driver, gardener of Ryan school again.

-The Haryana Police to probe main accused and school bus conductor Ashok Kumar's accomplices.

-Ryan International Group's northern zone head Francis Thomas & branch (Bhondsi) co-ordinator produced in Sohna Court.

-Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar spoke to Varun Thakur, the father of the victim, assuring him of a CBI probe, claim reports.

-Full faith in SC and have also received a positive response from Haryana govt: Varun Thakur

-The Supreme Court asks Centre to look into the safety of children in schools across the country.

-SC seeks reply from Centre in 3 weeks.

-Supreme Court issues notice to Centre, CBI, Haryana govt and CBSE.

-Parents mentioned in complaint that several CCTVs were dysfunctional, a water tank was left unlocked among other lapses.

-Parents file a complaint against Vasant Kunj Branch of Ryan International School, citing several security lapses.

-Heinous crime! Talked to CM Khattar. He is concerned and assured no culprit would be spared, Bihar CM Nitish Kumar tells ANI.

-Bihar CM Nitish Kumar assures full help to the victim's family over the phone and urges Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar for an impartial probe, claims News18.com.

-Gurugram Police Commissioner and DCP visit Ryan International School to recreate crime scene.

-A delegation from the JD (U) has met the family of Ryan International School murder victim.

-Bombay HC is likely to hear the case tomorrow.

-Ryan International Group's CEO moves Bombay High Court seeking an anticipatory bail ahead of his questioning in the case.

-The Haryana Police team will visit Ryan International Group's HQ to question its owner.

-Haryana Police team reaches Mumbai to question Ryan International Group's CEO.

-Pradyuman's father Varun Thakur seeks assurance for his family's safety as he moves SC for CBI probe into the matter.

- As per the sources of news agency ANI, the acting principal of Gurugram's Ryan International School was rushed to hospital after she complained of health issues during interrogation by the police.


News Updated at : Tuesday, September 12, 2017
 
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