PATNA: The Central Bureau of Investigation would soon issue summons to several white collared people who had deep reach in the power corridor of the state, for interrogating their connection with Brajesh Thakur in connection with the mass rape of minor girls living at government children home (balika grih) at .
The CBI had lodged an FIR in the case on July 28 after state government recommended for a CBI inquiry on July 26. The heinous incident has shocked the entire nation.
Sources from CBI headquarters said that they had received the call detail records (CDR) of three SIM card used by Thakur and several suspicious cellphone numbers have been earmarked of which most of them belong to several white collared people in the state.
“Summons would be issued to these people for interrogating them to know how and why they were associated with Brajesh,” CBI sources said.
They also said that CBI is also set to summon those persons whose names were mentioned in the entry register of the children home.
“In addition, CBI officials, on basis the statement of the victims, would initiate process to draw the sketch of all those people who were allegedly involved in raping the minors but they did not knew their names,” sources said.
They said that the sketches would be prepared on basis of description of people given by victim to experts.
Meanwhile, Madhubani police were yet to trace a 13-year-old victim who was shifted to Madhubani children home from Muzaffarpur along with 13 other victims on May 30 after the matter had surfaced. They said the victim can speak and even she was raped inside the home in Muzaffarpur.
“The girl fled at around 3.30am on July 12 by jumping the outer boundary of home which was captured in a CCTV camera installed at the home,” Madhubani police sources said. They said that Alia Khurshid, who runs the home, lodged an FIR in connection with the incident. They said even after much efforts, she could not be traced.
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