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GURUGRAM: The CBI on Monday called Gurgaon police’s special investigation team “for discussion or questioning” as it found it curious that so many obvious clues had been “missed or misinterpreted” during the police investigation of the Ryan International School student’s murder, sources said.

The SIT had investigated the killing of Ryan International School student Pradhyumn Thakur and had arrested school bus conductor Ashok Kumar for the crime.

Two CBI teams were in the city on Monday. While one asked a Gurgaon police team deployed at the school not to enter while it visited the campus, the other team was in the city court where four SIT members were called. The CBI officially refused to confirm their meetings.

Sources said the SIT officials were questioned about how they had missed several obvious clues. The SIT, which carried out a 10-day investigation, had claimed it had conducted a systematic probe that included repeated reviews of CCTV footage and the interrogation of over 100 people. Yet, the student who is now the prime accused was deemed a key witness by them. Since the CBI identified the Class 11 student as an accused last week, it has been trying to unravel how he managed to fool the Gurgaon police.

Sources claimed the four SIT members the CBI had called for questioning on Monday were an ACP, an inspector, a sub-inspector and an official of lower rank. The sources added they were called to ascertain the facts of the investigation. None of these officials responded to calls when this correspondent tried to contact them. The SIT probe was led by DCP (south) Ashok Bakshi.

“There were many clues which a cop won’t normally miss,” a CBI officer said on Monday. “We’re not alleging anything as yet, but we’re definitely curious about how investigating officials missed or misinterpreted these,” the officer added. CBI spokesperson R K Gaur said the hearing of Ashok Kumar’s bail plea was scheduled for November 16, and that they would respond to queries only after that.

Another lapse Yet another procedural lapse has, meanwhile, been revealed. In cases of heinous crimes, an SHO-level officer is supposed make the entry in the official records. But in the Pradhyumn murder probe, a sub-inspector was asked to do this; he also happened to be the cop who arrested Kumar. While Gurgaon police is tightlipped about this, the matter has caught the CBI’s attention.

A senior police officer said the commissioner has always advised an inspector-rank officer to record heinous crimes, but a sub-inspector can lead an investigation.

Following the directives of the Juvenile Justice Board (JJB), the CBI has asked the child welfare committee (CWC) to investigate the social activities of the juvenile murder suspect within the next 15 days. A CWC officer on probation has been asked to look into the juvenile’s social relationships, behaviour, activities and hobbies.

“We’re trying to profile the accused to understand his social and mental state while he was with peers or involved in his hobbies. It will help us understand him and his motive better,” said a CBI official. According to reports, the juvenile was surly and aloof at home. Sources said this perspective was first sought by JJB principal magistrate Devender Singh, during last Friday’s hearing. On Monday, the CBI asked the CWC in writing to file the social investigation report within 15 days.

“We got the direction to file a social investigation report of the accused student within 15 days. As per directions, we have begun the probe. We’ll submit the report within the stipulated time,” said Nisha Saini, CWC officer on probation.

Updated: November 14, 2017 — 8:40 am

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