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Pradhuman murder: HC relief to Pinto family from arrest

Saturday - October 7, 2017 5:10 pm , Category : EDUCATION
 Pradhuman murder: HC relief to Pinto family from arrest
Pradhuman murder: HC relief to Pinto family from arrest

Chandigarh Oct 7 (IANS) The Punjab and Haryana High Court on Saturday gave relief to the Pinto family the owners and trustees of Ryan International School from arrest in the matter related to the murder of seven-year-old Pradhuman Thakur at the Gurugram branch of the school.



Staying their arrest till December 5 the court directed the Pinto family to cooperate in the Central Bureau of Investigation s probe into the murder. They have also been directed not to leave the country.

The high court also allowed the regular bail of two Ryan International School officials North India head Francis Thomas and HR head Jeyus Thomas who were arrested in connection with the child s murder.

The Pinto family -- Augustine F. Pinto his wife Grace and their son Ryan had moved the high court for anticipatory bail in the matter related to the murder of Pradhuman on September 8. Their arrest was earlier stayed till October 7.

The Haryana Police was investigating the case but later the state government transferred the case to the CBI.

Pradhuman s father Barun Chandra Thakur on Tuesday had moved the Supreme Court challenging the grant of anticipatory bail to the Pinto family.

Thakur contended that the grant of anticipatory bail was "absolutely illegal unwarranted unconstitutional erroneous..."

Pradhuman a class two student of the school was brutally murdered in the school toilet with his throat slit within sometime of his father having dropped him.

--IANS
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