Muzaffarpur Shelter Home Case: Minors Were Shown Porn Movies Before Being Raped, Claims CBI in Chargesheet
Brajesh Thakur, the main accused in the Muzaffarpur Shelter Home Rape Case (Photo Credits: Twitter@iamnarendranath/File)

Muzaffarpur, January 6: In a shocking revelation, the minors of Muzaffarpur shelter home were forced to dance on vulgar Bhojpuri songs and were given drugs before raping them. According to the chargesheet filed by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Wednesday in a special Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) court against main accused Brajesh Thakur and 21 others, the minors were also forced to watch blue films.  Muzaffarpur Shelter Home Case: Enforcement Directorate Probes NGO's Finance.

According to News18 report, the girls were asked to wear revealing clothes and were regularly subjected to physical assault and also the minors who resisted were tied to chair and were raped. Meanwhile, the POCSO court on Saturday granted permission to the Enforcement Directorate (ED) to interrogate Brajesh Thakur. The ED will interrogate Thakur in the Patiala jail. All the 18 accused in the case including Thakur were produced in the Special POSCO court in Bihar's Muzaffarpur on Saturday. The court has posted the matter for hearing on 17 January.

During the course of the hearing, Thakur, the main accused in the Muzaffarpur shelter home rape case requested the court to transfer him to a jail in Bihar mentioning that his wife and children are not in good health and they need to be taken care of. Muzaffarpur Shelter Home Rape Case: Supreme Court Pulls up Bihar Government, Asks 'Who is Giving Tax-Payers' Money to Shelter Homes?'

The sexual abuse of at least 34 of the 41 girl inmates housed at the shelter home came to light during a social audit by the Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai in May last. Initially, an FIR was lodged against 11 people, including Thakur. The probe was later taken over by the CBI.