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Muzzaffrapur: The most brutal case of rape, molestation and sexuall abuse of 30 girls in the shelter home in Bihar emerged few days back. The prime accused Brajesh Thakur ran a state-funded shelter home was arrested by the police and currently in jail.

Inthe shelter home owned by Thakur sexual abuse of more than 30 inmates was confirmed in a medical test.

According to the sources, the prime accused BrajeshThakur was found by Bihar police on Saturday with the list of 40 mobile numbers in the visitor's area of the jail.

Police revealed that the incident took place at the visitor's area in Muzaffarpur central jail. 

According to the information,the Bihar police, while carrying out the simultaneous raid across jail in the state, found Thakur with handwritten pages with phone numbers and names of about 40 people. On the two pages names of some powerful people, including a minister, were also written. 

The FIR in the case was registered on May 31 against 11 people, including Thakur.

According to reports, CBI on Saturday took into custody, the son of Brijesh Thakur, another accused in the shelter home rape case. The police reached to the Thakur's residence at around 11 am and after 11 hours of search and questioning left at around 8 pm with his son.

The police also searched the Shelter home after getting its seal open and collected many samples and documents as well.


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