Ryan school class 2 murder: ‘I was made a scapegoat, will sue police for what I suffered’, former accused bus conductor 

November 10, 2017, 12:49 pm
Ryan school class 2 murder: ‘I was made a scapegoat, will sue police for what I suffered’, former accused bus conductor 
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Ryan school class 2 murder: ‘I was made a scapegoat, will sue police for what I suffered’, former accused bus conductor 

Ryan school class 2 murder: ‘I was made a scapegoat, will sue police for what I suffered’, former accused bus conductor 

In the earlier stages of the investigation, Ryan school bus conductor, who was accused of charged of brutally murdering and sexually abusing the class 2 boy has come out clean after CBI charged a senior student of class 11 to be the murderer after he confessed to his crime. Bus conductor Ashok Kumar said on Friday that he will file a case against police officials and the school management for torturing, defaming and making him a scapegoat.

Ashok Kumar made a statement through Mohit Verma, Rohtak-based counsel for him after the class 11 student was found guilty of murdering Pradyuman.

Pradyuman was slit on the neck twice with a knife and one of the wounds was too deep which cut his nerve and the boy could not even cry for help.

During earlier court hearing of the brutal murder, police said that the school authorities tried to wipe off all evidences of murder by trying to clean the blood that was spilled on the walls and floor of the boy’s toilet in the school.

Kumar lawyer also add that his client was drugged and tortured by the police to confess to a crime he never committed.

“The police had planted everything. They framed an innocent man. Who pressurised the police to do [that] is a matter of investigation, but whatever happened to Ashok amounts to torture,” he added.
Mohit Verma, Rohtak-based counsel for Ashok Kumar

The 16-year-old student detained by the CBI in connection with Thakur’s murder confessed to his crime in front of his father and an independent witness, the agency has told a juvenile court.