The Enforcement Directorate on Wednesday registered a case of money laundering against NGO who run Bihar’s Muzaffarpur shelter home where 34 minor girls were allegedly sexually assaulted and raped. The agency said, “we will soon issue summons to the accused including the centre owner Brajesh Thakur”.
The alleged sexual exploitation of the girls by the shelter home officials were first highlighted in an audit report by the Tata Institute of Social Science (TISS), Mumbai. The report was subsequently submitted to the state’s Social Welfare Department in April 2018.
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An FIR was registered against Brijesh Thakur, including 11 others, who ran the government-funded shelter home for destitute girls.
Now the agency will be investigating the received grants of the Sewa Sankalp Evam Vikas Samiti. The agency will start their investigation in collaboration with CBI and some other state government’s local agencies.
A dozen of accused, including the mastermind, Brajesh Thakur, have already been arrested who allegedly run the NGO with the help of his relatives and associates.