Gurugram: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is probable to step up investigation into the murder of a Praduman Class 2 student of Ryan International School over reports of a suspected cover-up by the Gurugram Police.
The Gurugram Police has come under the CBI scanner over alleged inattention and alacrity for inspecting in the Pradyuman Thakur murder case.
The Haryana Police had on Monday made a clean breast that they have erred in inquiring the murder of the seven-year-old Pradyuman Thakur.
Gurugram Police Commissioner Sandeep Khirwar had previously called a conference of the first probe team to warning the officers.
The team, which arrested bus conductor Ashok Kumar and declared him a pedophile, confessed that they made mistakes. The officers also admitted that they had not a vision the closed circuit television (CCTV) footage cautiously.
The preliminary eight seconds of the CCTV footage shows alleged accused a Class XI student - calling Pradyuman to the toilet.
The Gurugram cops, though, remained tight-lipped on exactly how they missed this decisive evidence.
However there is no official statement from the CBI on the direction of its investigation in the case, it is probable to summon four members of the SIT, which investigated the murder, for additional quizzical.
The CBI is concerned over the causes as to why the SIT either missed or got the wrong idea about evidence, which allowed the “accused” Class XI student to walk scot-free under the garb of a key eyewitness.