Delhi Police Commissioner ruled out that six-year-old Divyansh Kakrora was sexually assaulted before he was found dead in Vasant Kunj’s Ryan International School.
Commissioner BS Bassi said the post mortem report received from AIIMS hospital does not suggest any sexual assault.
The autopsy report denies any sexual assault on the child. Divyansh’s parents had alleged that the child was sodomised since cotton buds were found on his anal point, apart from several red marks all over the body. However, the revelations made through the autopsy report puts to rest the conspiracy angle raked up by the aggrieved parents.
“From the initial reading of the post-mortem report, it does not suggest any sexual assault. The death is due to drowning. We are further going to correlate the findings of the post-mortem report which we have received with our investigation. And also our investigation is pending, it is not yet complete. So, it may not be possible for me to say anything further,” he added.
The child’s father earlier alleged that his son may have been sodomised before his death.
Earlier in the week, Delhi’s deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia said that the state government will recommend CBI probe in the matter, alleging the Delhi Police of attempting to suppress facts. “They are deliberately ignoring the allegations made by the child’s parents. If there is a need, we are ready to demand CBI investigation,” he said.
Divyansh was found dead in a water tank near the school’s amphithreatre on January 30. His parents have alleged that he was possibly sodomised and murdered.
Police have already registered a case of negligence and arrested school’s principal and 4 others, who were later let off on bail.
However the boy’s father, Ramhet Meena, said he is not satisfied with the Delhi Police investigation and has demanded a CBI probe.