The politically connected man, Brajesh Thakur, was arrested for the case of rape and torture of over 30 girls in Bihar shelter home, have not spend much time in prison and was not aware about all the surprise check that are conducted around the Independence day, or it is possible that he might not care enough. So, on Saturday, when the district administrator team and police officers visited him in the jail hospital then he was not present on his bed but was in the visitor’s area of the jail. Everyone was surprised including him.
When a quick search happens, then they found a total of two pages that have a list of contact numbers and names of over 40 people as reported by an administration official. This indicated that he was busy in pulling out some of the strings of a contact.
However, there was no mobile phone on him and he might not even have one. This is the reason that he penned out all the contacts on a piece of paper that can be called in as a favour.
The names include many powerful names, ministers and were presented on a sheet of paper. The document is now sealed and sent to CBI that are doing further investigation. On Saturday, the officials of CBI questioned Brajesh Thakur’s son and have asked for his medical reports as soon as possible.
On 2nd June, Thakur was arrested and hasn’t really being interrogated since he was sent to jail by the judge quickly that left no time for police to interrogate him.
However, the doctors have appeared to have discovered that he has an ailment that will require strict medical attention. After spending around two weeks in a hospital outside, he was again back to jail hospital.
As per the officials, they have no idea how he was able to make calls in the jail, whether he was using a mobile phone of someone or a landline at the jail superintendent’s office. The 70 days that Thakur was in jail, he has spent a total of five sic in the Muzaffarpur central prison jail cell.
His NGO is one of the 10-odd people arrested one who is accused of raping, beating and torturing girls that are young to seven years of age for more than four years.