Pradyuman murder case: Ashok was grief-stricken, deadened to confess, alleges family

Posted November 24, 2017

Ashok, whose health remains poor, wasn't able to speak much, but Mamta claimed that the local cops even gave him electric shocks in order to get him to confess.

"Police brutally beat him up, hung him upside down, grief-stricken him and even sedated him to make him confess", Ashok's wife told ANI.

Ashok was released on bail from Gurugram's Bhondsi jail on Wednesday evening.

Pradhuman was found with his throat slit in the toilet of the school in Bhondsi, Gurgaon, on September 8.

Ashok's wife, Mamta, however, told the media that the police forced the conductor to confess for the crime that he did not commit.

The CBI also rejected the Gurgaon Police theory that Ashok killed Pradyuman after attempting to sexually abuse the boy, but stopped short of giving the Ryan school bus conductor a clean chit.

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"We knew from the beginning that he wasn't involved in the murder". Chopra was present in court on Monday during the bail hearing, and claimed police and school authorities had framed Kumar.

The conductor was released after the CBI, which took over the case on plea of Pradyuman's father, arrested a Class IX student of the same school. "The police said him it's a small case and they will cover it accordingly", Ashok's sister-in-law.

"Villagers are with us and they all want us to demand justice for Ashok and action against the irresponsible police officials", he said.

The CBI was asked to submit the status report in the court after arguments by all parties on 20 November, and the judge had reserved the decision for Tuesday.

The case was later transferred to the CBI, which eventually found that a senior student of the school committed the crime in a bid to "postpone the examination and parent-teachers meet".

Mohit Verma, lawyer of bus conductor Ashok said, "Police had planned everything, an innocent was trapped".