Ryan case: CBI opposes bail plea of Bholu
Gurugram: Contesting the bail order of Bholu in the Punjab and Haryana high court, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has made damning allegations against Bholu. The premier investigating agency in its reply has stated that the juvenile who is accused of killing a seven-year-old in the premises of the school was constantly trying to find out how to kill people by poisoning them. Through Internet, he had gained substantial knowledge of the deadly poisons that were available in the market.
Moreover, he also surfed various videos of violence and pornographic content. In a statement that can prove detrimental to Bholu's acquittal, the premier investigating agency mentioned that they were able to match the fingerprints of the juvenile from the spot of the crime. The high court is expected to deliver the verdict on April 30.
Moreover, the deceased's father and his legal counsel again asserted that this was a pre-planned murder in order to defer the examination that was being conducted in the Gurugram School at that moment. Meanwhile, in Gurugram district court, the hearing was deferred as the Bholu's lawyer could not turn up due to ill health. A crucial hearing will be held on April 10 where the CBI is also expected to present its complete chargesheet.
On February 5, the chargesheet formally indicted the class XI student of murdering Prince in the washroom of Ryan International School, Bhondsi, on September 8 last year. The premier investigating agency has registered the accused under section 302 (murder) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC). According to sources, vital evidences of CCTV images, finger prints and testimony of teachers and students have found a mention in the formal document.
In a major relief to 42-year-old bus conductor, who was made the main accused by the Gurugram police, the top investigating agency has given him a clean chit by not naming him in the chargesheet. He was finally released by the