Monday, May 6, 2019

Narendra Modi Won’t Talk About Bihar Shelter Home Abuse Because His Friends, Ministers Were Involved: Tejashwi Yadav

The CBI has said that 11 girls were allegedly murdered by Brajesh Thakur and his accomplices. Bihar shelter home
Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar (L) and PM Modi (R) (Photo: Facebook)

As per a disturbing revelation by the CBI in the Supreme Court on May 3, 11 girls were allegedly murdered by Brajesh Thakur — a key accused in the Muzaffarpur shelter home sexual abuse case where several girls were allegedly raped and sexually abused at an NGO-run shelter home at Muzaffarpur in Bihar — and his accomplices.

The agency said that on the pointing out of one of the accused, a particular spot in a burial ground was excavated from where a “bundle of bones” was recovered.

Leader of the Opposition in Bihar, RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav, took to Twitter to attack the ruling parties, both in the state and the Centre. Yadav tweeted, “Narendra Modi is coming to Bihar once again, but he will not make a single mention of this case. After all, his friend Nitish Kumar and several Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) ministers are involved in this case,” adding, “The interim CBI director was punished for trying to save these people,”
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ज्ञानी,ध्यानी प्रवचनकर्ता PM @narendramodi जी आज फिर बिहार आ रहे है लेकिन इस घिनौने कुकृत्य पर उनकी ज़ुबान नहीं खुलेगी क्योंकि उनके मित्र नीतीश कुमार और BJP के कई मंत्री इस जनबलात्कार कांड में संलिप्त है। CBI के अंतरिम निदेशक को इन बलात्कारियों को बचाने के लिए ही सजा मिली थी।

Yadav further added that if Bihar CM Nitish Kumar had any shame left, he would have apologised for the case. He asked why Nitish Kumar would visit the home of Brajesh Thakur. “Why did he not lodge an FIR against this monster and when it was later done, why wasn’t it under the POCSO Act?”
नीतीश कुमार में शर्म बची है तो मुज़फ़्फ़रपुर बालिका गृह बलात्कार कांड में साक्ष्य मिलने के बाद तो अब माफ़ी माँग लेनी चाहिए।

नीतीश कुमार ब्रजेश ठाकुर के मुज़फ़्फ़रपुर घर क्या करने जाते थे?

उन्होंने उस दरिंदे पर FIR क्यों नहीं की? बाद मे की तो पॉक्सो एक्ट की धारा क्यों नहीं लगाई?

Yadav also wrote requesting the Governor of Bihar that should the complete involvement of the Nitish Kumar-led government in the Muzaffarnagar rape case be found, this “immoral” government be dismissed with immediate effect.
हम महामहिम राज्यपाल से अनुरोध करते है कि मुज़फ़्फ़रपुर बलात्कार कांड में नीतीश सरकार की पूर्ण संलिप्तता पाए जाने के बाद इस अनैतिक एवं व्यभिचारी नीतियों और कुछेक दुराचारी मंत्रियों से युक्त सरकार को तत्काल प्रभाव से बर्खास्त करे तभी बिहार की माताएँ और बहन-बेटी सुरक्षित रह सकेंगी।

And finally, Yadav attacked PM Modi once again, “Most shocking, terrible, inhuman, gruesome, dreadful and awful incident of state-sponsored gang rape and murder of 34 innocent girls took place under the nose of CM Nitish Kumar with full support from PM Narendra Modi and it’s major influential associate CBI. Shame…Shame.”

Most shocking, terrible, inhuman, gruesome, dreadful and awful incident of state sponsored gang rape and murder of 34 innocent girls took place under the nose of CM Nitish Kumar with full support from PM @narendramodi and it’s major influential associate CBI. Shame...Shame

“During investigation, from the statement of victims recorded by IOs (investigating officers) and NIMHANS (National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro-Sciences) team, names of 11 girls emerged who were said to be allegedly murdered by the accused Brajesh Thakur and his accomplices,” the CBI told the apex court on May 3 in a affidavit, adding, “Based on the facts revealed by one accused, namely Guddu Patel during his interrogation, a particular spot in burial ground as identified by accused Guddu Patel was excavated and a bundle of bones were recovered from the spot.”

A Tata Institute of Social Sciences report had revealed last year that dozens of minor girls were sexually assaulted by Thakur and his accomplices. Manju Verma, a minister at the time in the Nitish Kumar government, is also an accused in the case.-NC

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