Gurgaon: Three teams of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Saturday began investigations at the Ryan International School, an incident that highlighted the lack of security in educational institutions in India.
Officials said a team from the Central Forensic Science Laboratory (CFSL) also reached the school in Bhondsi to collect evidence from the crime spot, a toilet in the premises.
The boy’s father expressed doubts over the police findings and demanded a CBI probe into the incident.
The class 2 student was found dead with his throat slit in a toilet of the school on September 8. Gurgaon police arrested Ashok Kumar, one of the school’s bus conductors, in connection with the case. Police said Kumar killed the boy after a failed attempt of sexual assault on the minor.
Police sources, said the forensic team will analyse the spot of crime and collect evidences and other material that remains on the spot. Later, a CBI team will visit the school and question the teachers and other staff in connection with the crime, and the sequence of events before and after the body of the boy was found.
Another team will hold a meeting with the chief of the special investigaton team, Ashok Bakshi, who led the police investigations into the murder.
A recent survey by the ChildFund Alliance, carried out in 41 countries including India, said one in every three children in Indian schools feels unsafe, a report in India Today said.