Muzaffarpur Sex Scandal: CBI team conducts probe at premises of main accused
Headed by Central Bureau of Investigation DIG Abhay Kumar, the team flanked by a number of armed commandoes reached the residence on Sahu Road in Muzaffarpur
A CBI probe team yesterday visited Brajesh Thakur's residence in Bihar from where he ran the shelter home, which is at the centre of a sex scandal, and conducted a thorough search with help from forensic experts, sifted through documents and interrogated people close to him.
Headed by Central Bureau of Investigation DIG Abhay Kumar, the team flanked by a number of armed commandoes reached the residence on Sahu Road in Muzaffarpur, where the shelter home and the office of the Hindi daily 'Pratah Kamal' owned by Thakur, the main accused in the sex scandal, are also situated.
The CBI team have inspected the shelter home, after getting its seal opened, and collected documents and other items it found to be of value in the investigation. The CBI team also interrogated Thakur's son, Rahul Anand.
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