Gurgaon Murder: Ryan school case moves to Supreme Court

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In the recent development of the Pradyuman Thakur, the seven-year-old student of Gurgaon’s Ryan International School murder case, Arrested official Francis Thomas has today moved to the Supreme Court seeking the transfer of the case from Haryana to Delhi’s Saket court.

Senior advocate K T S Tulsi said in a statement, “The fundamental right under Article 21 (Right to Life and Personal Liberty) is being infringed”.

The murder case of the seven-year-old student is becoming mysterious by each passing day.

Tulsi has allegedly urged the court to transfer the case from Haryana’s Sohna to Delhi’s Saket court.

It was reported that Francis Thomas was arrested by the Haryana Police on Monday in the connection of seven-year-old student murder case.

Following this, the post mortem which was conducted by the doctors confirms that there are no signs of sexual assault on his body.

Pradyuman Thakur, who was studying in class 2 was allegedly found murdered with his throat slit in the school’s toilet.

Police have suspected 42-year-old school bus conductor Ashok Kumar killing the boy.

The bench has assured that the Ryan Group that the court will hear the next petition on September 18.

The court will now hear the case on Monday.


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