PATNA: Delhi Commission for Women chairperson Swati Jahind today shot off a letter to Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar seeking answers over the horrible incident of rape of 34 girls lodged at a shelter home in Muzaffarpur.
“I didn’t sleep comfortably at night once again…the incident at Muzaffarpur is one of the horrible tales in the world,” Swati wrote in her letter to Kumar.
She expressed shock over the way the state government allegedly slept over the report of the Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai and didn’t act.
“The horrible story at the Muzaffarpur shelter home was brought to your notice in April this year itself but I am shocked to know that your government didn’t act in the next three months. Instead, a beast like Brajesh Thakur was given another project,” she wondered.
She asked the chief minister as to whether he would have still stayed silent if one of the 34 rape victims happened be his daughter. She added she was terrified to know about the well being of the girls.