Ryan student death: Probe being done ‘purely on merit’: Delhi Police

New Delhi, Feb. 6 (ANI): Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) Prem Nath on Saturday said investigation into the death of Ryan International School student Divyansh Kakora is being done “purely on merit”, adding that they would not leave any angle uninvestigated.

“An FIR has been lodged following the complaint by the victim’s fathers. We are doing investigations purely on merit, and no angle of the investigation will be left. We are still waiting for the post- mortem report of the child,” Nath told the media here.

“Our investigation so far revealed that there was negligence. The investigation is going on…it is not closed. Notices have been issued to the school, the administration and the higher authorities of the school to know if there is any irregularity there,” he added.

Earlier today, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said he has asked the officials concerned to seek an explanation from the school with regard to allegations made by the parents of Divyansh .

Divyansh’s father today alleged that no action had been taken so far, and efforts were on to hush up the matter.

“I feel the observation of parents that cotton was found at the anal points of the child is being ignored. This points towards a bigger and unfortunate event, let’s see, I will go through the report again and necessary action would be taken,” Sisodia told reporters here.

The Delhi Government in its magisterial inquiry into the case found that “deliberate” inaction of Ryan International School authorities amounting to “gross criminal negligence” led to the death of six-year-old Divyansh on January 31.

So far, the principal and four other staffs of the school located in South Delhi’s Vasant Kunj area are out on bail. (ANI)

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