It has been a week since the Muzaffarpur shelter home rape case came into light and few days since Central Bureau of Investigation took over the case. The investigation into the matter is on and yet another shocking and saddening case has been discovered. Earlier the CBI had registered a case against Brijesh Thakur for having a key role in the whole ongoing rape cases. This time a case another case has been registered against him after 11 women went missing from another shelter home that was owned by him.
Brijesh Thakur is the main accused in Muzaffarpur shelter home case. A team of policemen in Bihar has dug up the grounds at a state-funded shelter home, where over 40 young girls were allegedly raped, to investigate the allegation that one girl was beaten to death and buried there. Out of the 21 reports of medical examination that have been submitted, rape of 16 girls have been confirmed by doctors, while reports are still not out on the rest of the girls who lived in the horror house in Muzaffarpur.
Earlier Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar had declined any need of CBI inquiry to investigate into the matter.
“I don’t think there is any need for a CBI (Central Bureau of Investigation) probe into the case. The state government has so far not taken any decision in this regard. The probe by state police is satisfactory,” said the Director General of Police (DGP) to the media here.
Over this, RJD leader and leader of opposition in Bihar Tejashwi Yadav had alleged that the Bihar police is trying to wipe off the evidences in the Muzaffarpur rape case. He also blamed the state government for taking the matter too easily even when Home Minister Rajnath Singh has agreed for a CBI enquiry into the matter.