He also also told that there has been havoc all over India because of the murder and he must take responsibility of it. They said him that the whole country is upset due to the case and so he must confess. Again, the police men handling the case are being targeted as being culpable in the gross misinterpretation of evidence, torture and forcing an innocent person for accepting a crime he didn't commit. Following this revelation, the CBI also alleged that the police tampered with evidence to frame the conductor.
Mr. Kumar, who was whisked away by his relatives in a vehicle soon after his release from the Bhondsi district jail here, reached his house in Ghamroj village around 7:30 p.m.
Eight-year-old Pradyuman was found in a pool of blood with his throat slit inside his school, Ryan International in Gurugram. Ashok, who was arrested just hours after Pradyuman was killed at the Ryan International School, had confessed to killing the boy in front of media cameras a day after the murder.
"The police asked Ashok to utter, he committed the crime and he won't be in trouble because of that. The police told him it's a small case and they will cover it accordingly".
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The CBI was asked to submit the status report in the court after arguments by all parties on November 20, and the judge had reserved the decision for Tuesday.
"The bail was granted under Article 21 of the Indian Constitution, which states that everyone has the right to personal liberty and life", said Advocate Anil Sharma, who was present in the court on behalf of Ashok's lawyer Mohit Verma.
He is not out of the woods yet; the CBI hasn't given him a clean chit. His lawyeer had said that he was given benefit of doubt since there were a lot of differences between the findings of the CBI and the Haryana Police.
Varun Thakur, the father of the victim, has moved the Juvenile Justice Board (JJB) requesting the 16-year-old accused be treated as an adult during trial.