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Patna: -Patna school set on fire after 5-year-old boy found dead within private school premises

A tragic incident unfolded in Patna on Thursday evening when a five-year-old boy was discovered dead in a private school. The following day, this led to widespread protests across the city. Demonstrators blocked roads, disrupted traffic, and even set part of the school on fire.  The tiny tot Academy in Digha, Bihar, is where the incident took place. the deceased has been identified as Ayush Kumar. According to initial reports, the child’s family was alarmed when he failed to return home from school, they initiated a desperate search. Upon reaching the school their worries intensified as staff purportedly evaded questions about the boy’s location. which results in heightening the family’s distress. The boy didn’t return from school.

The body of Ayush was discovered today around 3 am in a drainage gutter of the school.in response to the growing crisis local authorities were alerted immediately, leading to law enforcement officials arriving at the scene. Patna Superintendent of Police Chandra Prakash stated that the investigation is ongoing, noting that the child was seen entering the school but he was never seen leaving the school. further Prakash Chandra stated that “The child was observed entering the school, revealed in the CCTV footage, but he was never seen exiting the school grounds, He stated that the case will be investigated as murder due to the concealment of the body, indicating criminal intent, therefore we will look into it as a murder case.

We are investigating after detaining three people.” The post-mortem results from Patna Medical College and hospital are still awaited, and the precise cause of the toddler’s death is still a mystery. Meanwhile, the child’s family along with community members have set fire to several vehicles and sections of the school. they have also blocked the roads leading to the school, escalating the situation further.


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