People are seen protesting at the Ryan International School in Gurgaon, where the murder took place (AFP)
Angry parents today staged protests outside Ryan International School's Noida and Greater Noida branches, demanding assurance from school management about the students' safety after the murder of 7-year-old Pradyuman Thakur
in the chain's Gurgaon branch.
Meanwhile, District Inspector of Schools PK Upadhyay said, "All school managements have been directed to submit their security and safety plans. Schools have been directed to involve parents too."
The Gurgaon Police had pointed out lapses on part of the Gurgaon branch where a bus conducter had allegedly slit the boy's throat
when he tried to resist a sexual assault by him in the school toilet.
The Ryan school management assured the protesting parents that proper measures would be put in place for the students' safety.
Police was deployed at the two schools after the killing which triggered nationwide outrage.
Kasna Police Station In-charge Jitendra Singh said additional forces have been deployed at the Greater Noida branch and the Sector 39 branch in Noida.
Parents were also seen assembling outside other schools discussing the issue of security of students, after two such recent incidents.
In a North Delhi school, a 5-year old was raped allegedly by a peon
who was drunk, according to the police.
Management of these schools facing protests have assured parents about the security measures in place in the institutions.