Uttar Pradesh: As per the information given by the police officials, days after the reports of alleged sex activities conducted in one of the shelter homes in Muzaffarpur, at least 24 girls have now been rescued from a shelter home where similar illegal sexual assassination of minor girls took place in Uttar Pradesh’s Deoria.
The managers of the shelter home Girija Tripathi along with her husband were detained by the police followed by an investigation by CBI.
The matter came into light after a girl from the shelter home escaped and went to a nearby police station and informed that all the minors were treated as mere servants.
Speaking about the matter, Superintendent of Police Rohan P Kanay said: “When the order to close this institution was made, our people went there and the organisation’s director misbehaved with our team. Today, after a girl escaped from there, we got to know the reality of that place.”
He further added: “There have been many big disclosures during the investigation. Twenty-four children have been rescued safely so far.”
After the Muzaffarpur sex scandal case, strict orders was given through a letter issued by Uttar Pradesh’s Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath three days ago in which he clearly mentioned, “All the district officers should under do an observation in the nearby shelter homes and make sure that the girls and women living there should not have any problem.”
He also stated: “The cleanliness of the shelter homes should be the first priority and the girls there should be provided with all the facilities. There will be strict proceedings done against officers on showing lethargic approach towards the given orders.”
Letter issued by Yogi Adityanath:-
After the second consecutive sexual exploitation case of minor girls, the major question arises that when will the administration take responsibility against these activities and when will the NDA government be answerable to such shameful cases happening every now and then.