Brajesh Thakur wants to contest elections: Muzaffarpur Shelter Home case

Aug 08 2018 01:40 PM
Brajesh Thakur wants to contest elections: Muzaffarpur Shelter Home case

Brajesh Thakur, who is the Muzaffarpur Shelter Home case prime accused, appeared before the court. He denied all allegations levied on his name and said that he wanted to contest elections from Muzaffarpur where he used to run the government-funded shelter homes.

I was thinking of joining Congress and it was almost final that I contest elections from Muzaffarpur. This is also happening due to that. None of the girls has taken my name; you can check that for yourself: Brajesh Thakur, Muzaffarpur Shelter Home case prime accused was quoted by ANI as saying in front of an all-news channels cameras.

I've never had any relation with Madhu (absconding). This has been propagated by some newspapers who want my newspaper office to shut down. Their business is getting affected due to my newspaper that's why it's happening: Brajesh Thakur, Muzaffarpur Shelter Home case accused denied that  he don’t share the relations with Madhu who is a partner in sex racket which recently busted when a report by Mumbai-based Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) blew the lid over an organized sex scandal in Bihar run by people having links with the powers that be in the state.

The reason behind TISS audit-

The Nitish Kumar led Bihar government indirectly runs around 110 short-stay and shelter homes for homeless girls, women, boys and juveniles illegally. These shelter homes are given funds by the Bihar government and run by non-governmental organisations (NGOs). Their funding is decided by the Bihar government based on their current performance report.

 Worth mention here The Bihar government had urged the TISS to conduct an audit of the short-stay and shelter homes in August 2017. The TISS submitted audit report in April.

The TISS pointed to sexual exploitation and physical assault at six short-stay homes and 14 shelters in its audit report.

 

 

 

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