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Ryan International murder case: Supreme Court grants bail to accused

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The Supreme Court on Thursday granted interim bail to a 21-year-old youth, who had allegedly killed his seven-year-old schoolmate in Ryan International School of Gurugram, when he was a student of XIth standard.

While granting bail to the accused, the Bench of Justice Dinesh Maheshwari and Justice J.K. Maheshwari directed him to remain under continued supervision of a Probation Officer.  

The accused has remained in jail since 2017.

The top court of the country said that bail has been granted to the accused on such terms and conditions, which may be imposed by the Sessions Judge, Gurugram. 

On October 17, the Juvenile Justice Board had ruled that the accused in the case should be tried as an adult.

On September 8, 2017, the accused allegedly murdered Pradyuman Thakur, a class two student of his school, in order to postpone a class test and a parent-teacher meeting.

Pradyuman was found outside the school’s washroom with his throat slit. Gurugram Police had initially arrested a school bus conductor in connection with the murder.

On November 7, 2017, CBI arrested the 16-year-old for killing his seven-year-old schoolmate.

The accused was one of the first at the scene of the crime, and had informed the gardener about a student lying outside the washroom.

A medical examination of the accused had ruled out mental illness, after which a judge had said that the juvenile in conflict with law was mentally capable of committing an offence.

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