1. Ryan International schoolboy murder case: SIT probe finds shocking laxity by Gurgaon school; owner Albert Pinto faces crackdown

Ryan International schoolboy murder case: SIT probe finds shocking laxity by Gurgaon school; owner Albert Pinto faces crackdown

Ryan International schoolboy murder case: Probing the death of a 7 year old boy in Gurgaon, Special Investigation Team (SIT) on Monday revealed a number lapses on the part of Ryan International School administration.

By: | New Delhi | Published: September 10, 2017 10:07 PM
Ryan international, ryan internation school murder, ryan internation news, ryan international latest news, ryan international gurgaon news, ryan international gurgaon school Angry parents and locals gathered outside the school premises since early morning to express dissatisfaction over the investigation being carried out by the Gurgaon Police. (PTI)

Ryan International schoolboy murder case: Probing the death of a 7 year old boy in Gurgaon, Special Investigation Team (SIT) on Monday revealed a number lapses on the part of Ryan International School administration.  The SIT findings revealed that the premium school had broken boundary wall, lacked separate toilet for students, drivers and others and even had expired fire extinguisher which can lead to a potential mishap. Apart from this, the CCTV installed in the schools were found to be faulty, also they were not covering the entire premises. Along with that, the school didn’t do the pre-police verification of its employees.

Earlier, Haryana Education Minister Ram Bilas Sharma had also accepted the faults and said that charge sheet in the case will be ready within a week as the police were speedily conducting the probe, PTI reported. Sharma added that if the parents of the child insist on a probe by the CBI or any other agency, the government will accede to their demand. The Education Minister added that the government has fixed a seven-day deadline in the case where the accused is booked under Section 302 of the Indian Penal Code (for murder).

“We have directed the Gurgaon Police to book the owner of Ryan International School, Albert Pinto, under section 75 of the Juvenile Justice (Care and Punishment) Act, 2015, for cruelty to a child meted out by the custodian in the charge sheet to be submitted in the court within 7 days,” Sharma was quoted as saying. “This is the minimum time in such cases,” he said. “However, if the child’s parents still feel they are not satisfied, then as per their wish, we can get the case investigated by any agency including the CBI,” he added.

The minister even accepted that “some loopholes in the security” were visible in the case and the toilet window was also found broken from inside. “We accept negligence on part of the Ryan International School but the school cannot be derecognised as the future of 1,200 students is at stake,” he added.

 

 

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    G L Jogi
    Sep 11, 2017 at 7:07 pm
    Albert pinto owner of Ryan International is not only responsible for abject criminal negligence but has been indulging in anti national activities. Way back in 2005-06-07-08 etc., during annual day function of Ryan International school Rohini , he would never stand when national anthem was sung at the conclusion of annual day function and he would keep sitting. My son who was studying there, would invariably in a disgusting and disappointing way, tell us about his boorish and anti national behaviour after returning home And he would treat students and teachers contemptuously. He is a model of arrogance and insensitivity. Needs to be thoroughly investigated since his connections with underworld mafia cannot be ruled out. He has had close links with Sonia Gandhi and she presided over some of the functions of his school.
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      Bikas Jha
      Sep 11, 2017 at 5:47 pm
      Ryan international group of schools are repeat offenders. Govt should ask other schools to admit those 1200 students. This event has shaken the trust not only on Ryan but on other schools too. This event is rarest of rare and why government is shying away from CBI enquiry? Because all these schools are run by powerful people which governments of all parties try to protect at all cost.
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        Manoj Kumar
        Sep 11, 2017 at 1:59 pm
        So carrier of 1200 students is made on stake of life of students . Mantri Ji is not getting any other option for study of 1200 students , which clearly shows cowardness and capabilities and force to accept the system of India as we are helpless.
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          Deepika
          Sep 11, 2017 at 1:40 pm
          I see other way round that its a threat for future of the 1200 students continuing in such school which is not following standard security protocol. With this excuse, we are promoting other schools as well not to follow any standard as they will get away with the reason that waht about the future of students already studying in school. Govt should instruct other schools in area to give admissions to students from Ryan school on producing admissions slip of Ryan. Ryan itself should be closed as an example for other schools.
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            Dr Rohit Kumar
            Sep 11, 2017 at 6:11 am
            This is typical knee jerk reaction , besides this quote "if parents are not satisfied we can get it investigated by any agency" is a reactionary defensive statement, parents whose child have been murdered will never be satisfied Don't work to find loopholes , work to bring in transparency in the guidelines, security norms safety protocols which as a parent should see when sending the kids of school and what are the compliance to the guidelines of a school , should be brought to the open What are the punishment and fines to the school owner if the norms or default on these protocols are there. Do any agency does a regular follow up in the schools for the these norms and derecognise any school for the laxity on these norms , has it even been done before any mishap, what are the punishment to the department of education officials on the laxity of any school on these notms
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              Tariq Iqbal
              Sep 11, 2017 at 12:40 am
              We can afford to accept the closing of such irresponsible schools rather than sacrificing the life of other 1,200 students. These students will get admission anywhere in gurgaon. The school is an issue not the students...
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                Ajay Arora
                Sep 11, 2017 at 5:53 pm
                Anyways no one is interested sending their child to a butcher international school if something happened same in the past like three murder already what all we heard about this school and still they are so negligence it's not only once its thrice. This school is not even bothering of someone's child getting mudered so there's no chance in future too enough is enough let's snatch their license and derecognise it with immediate effect.
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                  Apar
                  Sep 11, 2017 at 9:40 pm
                  I agree with you and government should help the parents for taking admissions to other school and Ryan should pay all the admission charges and other charges for the admission to new school. Time has come to show mirror to such highly paid school. Where modelling is done not education.
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