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Murdered Gurgaon school boy Pradhyuman Thakur's letter to his mother will move you to tears
The gruesome murder of 7-year-old Pradhyuman Thakur, a class II student of Ryan International school in Gurugram has sent shock waves across the entire nation.

The boy was found lying in a pool of blood in the school's toilet with his throat slit, barely minutes after his father's dropping him at the school's gate on last Friday.

Ever since the incident, virtually no parent has been able to sleep peacefully. In fact, most parents found it difficult to send their kids off to school yesterday after the weekend off.

After the incident, angry parents protested violently and vandalised the school premises demanding an FIR. A liquor shop close to the school as also set ablaze. Parents claim that the children are scared to come to school after the incident.

The police has started investigating the case and also arrested bus conductor Ashok Kumar, who confessed to having killed the boy. He has been sent to a three-day judicial remand.

In the meanwhile, a letter which 7-year-old Pradhyuman had written for his mother has surfaced and gone viral over the internet. The boy at that time did not even know how to write properly. This letter will surely move you to tears.

In the letter, Pradhyuman writes: "Today I will talk about my mother. Mother, how much hard work you do. When you finish with your work, you get worried about my tuition. When you scold me, it seems that you are showering love upon me."

Who would have thought that this would be his last letter addressed to his now grieving mother!

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