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'Expedite CBI probe or vital evidence may be removed'

Gurugram: Highlighting that delay in the CBI probe is resulting in the vital evidences getting destroyed, father of seven-year-old Pradyuman Thakur has requested the premier investigation agency to expedite the investigation process in speedy manner.
The bereaved father also objected to the reopening of the school on September 18, even after 12 days where the case instead of getting solved is getting complicated with every passing day.
"I will want the CBI to expedite their probe in the case. I am not well versed with the process but with the Chief Minister recommending the case to the top investigating agency to begin their probe soon and not the remaining evidences to get tampered with. As of now, I have not received any intimation from the investigating official," said Varun Thakur, the father.
"I also expressed my dissatisfaction with Deputy Commissioner Vinay Pratap Singh on the issue of opening of the school by writing him a mail about it. At a time when vital leads are required for solving the case, did they obtain the permission to open the school," he added.
While protection of evidences is resulting in many questioning reopening of the school, the district administration also have to deal with the challenge of how the educational institute for long is impacting the studies of students.
Meanwhile, the Haryana government has already written to CBI for taking over the case as soon as possible.
Entrusted with the major responsibility of restoring the confidence of parents back in Ryan International School, it was a tough day in the office for Deputy Commissioner Vinay Pratap Singh with few students turning on Monday.
Even though the DC assured that the security systems in the school were being put in place, it was difficult for the senior government officials to satisfy the majority of parents.
Respecting the feelings of the parents, it was later mentioned that the school will remain close for four more days and will resume functioning on Monday, September 25.
On Saturday, a meeting of the management of the private schools was called in the by the Deputy Commissioner where several measures were discussed to keep the students within the school premises secure.
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