Dr K K Kaushik

Muzaffarpur : Even as the CBI has started its investigation into the sexual exploitation of 34 inmates of Balika Grih, Muzaffarpur, the disapperance of 11 female inmates of another Muzaffarpur Shelter Home, Swadhar, has shocked the people.

Assistant Director, Social Welfare Department, Bihar Government, Divesh Kumar Sharma, lodged an FIR with Mahila Police Station, Muzaffarpur, on July 30, 2018, late night, regarding the disapperance of 11 female inmates of  ‘Swadhar’, Muzaffarpur, located at Chhoti Kalyani.

Sharma, in his FIR, said that all the 11 female inmates of ‘Swadhar’ were present during an inspection conducted in March 2018 but during an inspection conducted on June 9, 2018, the Shelter Home was found locked and is still closed. There is no trace of the 11 inmates, the FIR said. SHO, Mahila Police Station, Muzaffarpur, Jyoti Kumari, confirmed that Sharma had lodged an FIR regarding disapperance of 11 inmates of Swadhar.

‘Swadhar’ is also allegedly being run by Brajesh Thakur, Director of Seva Sankalp Evam Vikas Samiti, which was running Balika Grih, Muzaffarpur, since November 2013. Thakur and 9 others have already been arrested in connection with Muzaffarpur Balika Grih incident.

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