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SC upholds anticipatory bail granted to Pinto family in Ryan International student murder case

SC upholds anticipatory bail granted to Pinto family in Ryan International student murder case

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 11 Dec 2017, 07:10 pm

New Delhi, Dec 11 (IBNS): The  Supreme Court of India, on Monday, dismissed the plea challenging anticipatory bail granted to three trustees of Ryan International Group in connection with the killing of a student in Gurugram school premises, according to media reports.

The deceased student's father had sought the cancellation of bail to the trustees, reports said.

The student, studying in the second standard, was found dead in the school's washroom, with his throat slit, on Sep 8.

The Haryana Police initially arrested Ashok Kumar, a school bus conductor, as the alleged perpetrator of the crime but it was later alleged that a senior student of the school had committed the murder.

The senior student was arrested while the bus conductor was later let out on bail, reports said.

On Nov 21, the lower court had granted anticipatory bail to Augustine Pinto, his wife Grace and son Ryan (the Group CEO) who had approached it after the school became the centre of a storm following the gruesome murder of Pradyuman, inside the institute premises in Gurugram.

SC upholds anticipatory bail granted to Pinto family in Ryan International student murder case

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