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Strict action will be taken against guilty within a week, assures Haryana Education Minister
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NEW DELHI, Sep 10 (Agencies): Days after a seven-year-old boy was brutally murdered inside the toilet of Ryan International School, Haryana Education Minister Ram Bilas Sharma on Sunday said that stern action will be taken against school management under section 75 Juvenile Act.

Addressing the media, Sharma blamed the school management and said that the accused will be presented before court within a week.

"If the parents would not be satisfied with the police investigations, then the Haryana govt is ready to handover the case to any investigative agency they want. (Agar mata-pita jaanch se santusth nahi honge toh kisi bhi agency se Haryana sarkaar jaanch karane ko tayar hai), the education minister said.

Talking to reporters, the Haryana Education Minister also informed that the future of 1200 students cannot be put at stake so the government will not derecognise Ryan International School. Sharma said that the government has decided to shut down the liquor shop outside the Ryan International School.

Yesterday, while talking to reporters, Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar termed the incident a very heinous crime and had said that the state government will soon issue a circular to instruct all schools in the state to tighten security measures.

"The administration has nabbed the suspect. I have directed the authorities to complete investigations within seven days. I would also request the court to punish the perpetrator as earliest as possible,"the CM had said. However, he had ruled out a probe by the Central Bureau of Investigation, saying, "There is no question of CBI probe in this matter as Haryana Police have successfully nabbed the perpetrator and he has accepted him crime."

Earlier on Saturday, the mother of the deceased child had demanded CBI probe into the matter. "The principal was indifferent when she came to hospital, we want her in jail. I want to know what exactly happened to my child, I want a CBI probe in this case," the inconsolable mother had said.

Meanwhile, the demonstrations outside Ryan International school took a violent turn today as protesters set a liquor shop on fire. According to the reports, the police resorted to lathi-charge to bring the situation under control.


News Updated at : Sunday, September 10, 2017
 
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