In connection with sexual harassment in Muzaffarpur Shelter Home, the CBI on Friday revealed that the main accused, Brajesh Thakur and his associates had allegedly killed 11 girls and found a bone bag from a cremation ground.
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Friday released a sensational disclosure in the Supreme Court on sexual harassment case in Bihar's famous Muzaffarpur Shelter Home that the main accused Brajesh Thakur and his associates had allegedly killed 11 girls and a crematorium 'Bones of Bones' have been recovered from the Ghat. Now the next hearing of this case will be on May 6.In its affidavit filed in the top court of the country, the CBI said that the names of 11 girls in the statements of the victims lodged during the investigation have been brought out, who were allegedly killed by Brajesh Thakur and his colleagues. The CBI said that a special place of a cremation ground was excavated on the spot mark of an accused from where the bone bag has been recovered.
Following the charge sheet filed by the CBI in connection with sexual harassment case in Muzaffarpur Shelter Home, Rashtriya Janata Dal leader (RJD) leader, Chakshi Yadav on Saturday targeted the Narendra Modi and Bihar government while tweeting the latest tweet. Questioning Prime Minister Narendra Modi, he said, "Narendra Modi is coming to Bihar again today, but his utterance will not open on this heinous act because many friends of his friend Nitish Kumar and BJP are involved in this rape scandal. The interim director of CBI was awarded the punishment only to save these rapists.
Issue triggered after TISS report
The alleged rape and sexual harassment of many girls in the Shelter Home, conducted by an NGO in Muzaffarpur, Bihar, had been raised after the report of the Tata Institute of Social Science (TISS). After political pressure and opposition, the investigation of this case was handed over to the CBI and during the investigation, the CBI filed a charge sheet against 21 persons, including Brajesh Thakur. The CBI said, "During the investigation, names of 11 girls have been brought out in the statements of the investigating officers and the victims recorded by National Institute of Mental Health and Neuroscience, whose accused allegedly killed Brijesh Thakur and his associates." The CBI filed an affidavit on an application and said, "During the interrogation of an accused named Guddu Patel, a special place was excavated in the cremation ground on the basis of the facts of the case on the basis of disclosures, and a bogey of bones was recovered from the spot. happened.
In this case, the bench of Chief Justice Justice Ranjan Gogoi and Justice Deepak Gupta in the Supreme Court heard on Friday. This bench said that he will issue a formal notice to the CBI on the application and he will file his reply within four weeks. After the brief arguments, the bench fixed the date for May 6 for further hearing in this case.