A seven-year-old girl was seriously injured in Gurugram when she was hit by a speeding car after she de-boarded her school bus on 9 May.
The girl is being treated in the ICU of Gurugram's Medanta Hospital and is said to be in a serious condition.
The parents of the girl, a student of Gurugram's Ryan international School, have alleged that the school bus dropped her off at a place that was much further from the designated bus stop, where her mother was waiting.
The parents have alleged that there was no attendant present on the bus when the child was dropped off and that the girl was hit by a car when she was trying to cross the road on her own.
The parents have alleged that the school displayed a lack of "sensitivity" towards the incident and refused to extend any help. They stormed the principal's office on 13 May to protest the incident.
The incident comes months after a six-year-old was found dead in a water tank in South Delhi's Ryan International School.
--With ANI inputs