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Muzaffarpur shelter case: 6 jailed for life

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 11 February 2020
A Delhi court on Tuesday sentenced Brajesh Singh Thakur — who ran a children’s home in Bihar’s Muzaffarpur district where 44 girls were sexually exploited — and five others to imprisonment for the rest of their lives. The additional sessions judge also sentenced five convicts in the case to life imprisonment while handing 10-year jail terms to six others. Two others got relatively minor sentences.
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