Gurugram: In a incident that is sending shock waives in the country's capital, a student's mutilated body was found in the washroom of a private school in Gurugram, Haryana, on Friday. "He had the knife with him in his pocket", said Deputy Commissioner of Police Simardeep Singh. A knife was recovered from the scene and investigators initially questioned members of the school staff and the bus driver. Ryan International School is located on Sohna road in Gurgaon.
Around 200 agitated parents entered the school premises and vandalised it after they came to know about the death of the student. The police, while carrying out investigation into the incident, were probing all angles including a possibility of Blue Whale Challenge which has been driving youngsters to commit suicide.
Thakur said that he rushed to the school, which is only three kilometres from his home, and took his son to LifeCare Hospital, from where he was referred to Artemis Hospital.
Pradhuman, a Class II student, was found dead by a school staff in the washroom with his throat slit. Pradyumna was declared brought dead at Artemis Hospital.
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The boy's uncle alleged there was no support from the school management and action should be taken against them. They said they were not satisfied with school's response to the incident and demanded someone from the management should be arrested for negligence. The parents are inconsolable and not in a position to talk.DCP (crime) Sumit Kuhar said that a forensic team is on the spot to gather clues.
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Last month, a 10-year-old boy died allegedly after "falling down" at G D Goenka Public School in Indirapuram. The CCTV video footage obtained from Ryan International School showed Divyansh playing on the school ground just a few minutes before his lifeless body was found in the water tank.
"He had suffered critical injuries and was immediately rushed to the hospital by the school head".
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