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ED attaches properties of Muzaffarpur shelter home accused wife and NGO in Delhi worth Rs 1.45 cr

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New Delhi, March 3 : The Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Wednesday took possession of immovable property worth Rs 1.45 crore situated in the national capital in connection with a money laundering case in Muzaffarpur shelter home case.
The ED official said that the financial probe agency attached properties in the national capital associated with the NGO — Sewa Sankalp Ewam Vikas Samiti and its sister NGOs.
The official said that during its probe, it was revealed that girl’s shelter home in Bihar’s Muzaffarpur run by Sewa Sankalp Ewam Vikas Samiti was found to be running in a highly questionable manner and several girls reported about violence and being abused sexually.
He said that the main accused Brajesh Thakur, having overall control of running Muzaffarpur shelter home, with other members of Balika Grih, raped girls and perpetrated the crime of sexual abuse, sexual assault, physical assault on deprived and abandoned girl children.
He said, Thakur and others diverted or siphoned off the funds or grants-in-aid received for the welfare of girl children and others and used the funds for his personal gain by acquiring huge movable and immovable properties in his name and in the name of his family members.
The ED had earlier seized assets worth Rs 7.3 crore and Rs 1.47 crore on March 13, 2019 and August 7 last year respexctively.


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