The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Sunday alleged Haryana Police might have destroyed the evidence during the probe of the killing of seven-year-student Pradyuman in Ryan International School in Gurugram.
The CBI, within six days of taking over the case on September 22, identified the juvenile as an accused and even went to his residence and collected "crucial materials".
The class 11 student quoted exams and an upcoming parent's teacher meeting prompted him to execute the crime.
Pradyuman, a Class 2 student, was found near the toilet of Ryan International School with his throat slit on September 8 morning within an hour of his father leaving him at the school. He was hung upside down and brutally thrashed.
Meanwhile, the special court have accepted a CBI's plea to send the juvenile to an observation home till the next hearing. "You think a 16-year-old can murder someone and sit normally at home and behave normally for two months without anyone knowing about what he has done", said the father of the child.He stated that they have been cooperating with the officials during the investigation.
They further added once the CBI took the case from Gurugram Police, it had started probe the role of investigating officers.
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The CBI, however, denied all allegations of torturing the accused.
The CBI was able to piece together elements of the crime by analysing CCTV footage, scientific and forensic examination, analysis of the crime scene and by questioning students, teachers and staff members of the school.
The boy also revealed that he carried a knife in his bag on the day of the murder, but had no clear plan on how to use it.
Meanwhile, the Juvenile Justice Board (JJB) sought clarification from the CBI for violating the timings of interrogation of the Class 11 student.
The CBI has told the juvenile court Pradyuman murder accused admitted crime in presence of his father and other witnesses.
Earlier on Friday, sources said that the CBI was probing the involvement of a second student of the school in the murder.