Divyansh's death: Delhi govt agrees to parents' demand, to recommend CBI probe
In a major development, the Delhi government on Sunday said that it will recommended a CBI probe into the Divyansh's death case.
New Delhi: In a major development, the Delhi government on Sunday said that it will recommended a CBI probe into the Divyansh's death case.
Earlier, on Saturday, the father of six-year-old boy, who was found dead in a water reservoir at Ryan International School, had alleged that there were injury marks on his body including private parts and that the principal has threatened them to keep quiet over the issue.
"I saw the body. There were some injury marks and cotton on his private parts. The principal has been threatening me since the beginning saying that keeping quiet will be good for me...," Ramheet Meena, the child's father, said, as he renewed the demand for a CBI probe.
The aggrieved father also demanded that the licence or registration of the school be cancelled.
Divyansh was found dead last Saturday in the reservoir under the amphitheatre of the school located in South Delhi. The initial post-mortem report had suggested he died of drowning and no external injuries were found.
Principal Sandhya Sabu had claimed that Divyansh was a "hyperactive" child who had "tendency" of running away from the classroom.