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Special POCSO judge R P Tiwari passed the order after the four accused-- Rosy Rani, Guddu, Vijay and Santosh-- were produced at his residence by the CBI.
Deaf and mute girl raped, fetus aborted and burnt in Gwalior, doctor who ran the shelter home among six arrested
The primary probe revealed that the 24-year-old speech and hearing impaired girl was raped by the chowkidar inside the shelter home premises over three months back.
The case pertains to the recovery of 50 live cartridges from the Vermas' house at Cheria Bariyarpur in Begusarai district by the CBI during a raid on August 17.
A bench of Justice Madan B. Lokur and Justice Deepak Gupta also vacated a Patna High Court order restraining the media from reporting the case.
The sexual assault of 34 girls over a period of time in the government-funded shelter home came to light after a social audit was conducted by the Mumbai-based Tata Institute of Social Sciences.
Muzaffarpur shelter home case: No blanket ban on reporting but don't sensationalise, Supreme Court tells media
The apex court asked both the print and the electronic media not to sensationalise incidents of sexual abuse and sexual violence.
The Supreme Court observed that changing the CBI team at this stage will be detrimental to the ongoing investigation in Muzaffarpur shelter home case.
The accused was booked on the charges of rape, unnatural sex and criminal force to woman with intent to outrage her modesty among others and provisions of the POCSO Act.
CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan asserted that the culprits would be brought under the ambit of the recently amended criminal law stipulating death penalty as maximum punishment for child rapists.
The alleged victims and other inmates of the shelter home, which is located in the Bairagarh area of Bhopal, submitted a complaint to police Friday evening.
The lawyer urged that the time had come to take action against the constant abuse so that incidents in shelter homes of Muzaffarpur and Deoria can be stopped.
SC notice to Bihar, CBI on Patna HC order banning media from reporting Muzaffarpur shelter home case
A bench of Justices Madan B Lokur and Deepak Gupta asked Bihar government and the CBI, which is investigating the case to file their response to the petition and listed the matter for September 18.
Dimple Anand allegedly slapped a girl in the home, repeatedly called minor girls “prostitutes”, and made other objectionable statements addressing girls living there.
The bench ordered the government to prepare a time line for taking various steps for safety and security of the inmates at shelter homes and apprise it of the time frame by the next date of hearing.
The Patna HC, which has been monitoring the probe into the Muzaffarpur shelter home case, had expressed displeasure over the leak of details of the investigation.