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The 12 accused were convicted for sexual and physical abuse of girls in the shelter home in Bihar.
The sexual exploitation of the girls was first highlighted in an audit report submitted by the Tata Institute of Social Science (TISS), Mumbai, to the Bihar''s social welfare department in April 2018.
The CBI said two skeletons were recovered from the home's premises and they were found to be of a woman and a man.
The Supreme Court directed the Bihar government to provide all necessary financial and medical assistance to the eight girls.
Several girls were sexually and physically assaulted at an NGO-run shelter home in Muzaffarpur and the issue had come to light following a report by the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS).
Several girls were allegedly raped and sexually abused at an NGO-run shelter home at Muzaffarpur in Bihar and the issue had come to light following a report by the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS).
Additional Sessions Judge Saurabh Kulshrestha posted the matter for hearing on February 27.
The special POCSO court passed the order on Friday on an application filed by an accused, Ashwani, a self-styled medical practitioner who allegedly used to inject the home's inmates with sedatives before they were subject to sexual abuse.
The bench, which also comprised Justices Deepak Gupta and Sanjiv Khanna, directed CBI Director Rishi Kumar Shukla to give the names of officers who were part of the process in transferring Sharma out of the probe agency.
The apex court rapped the CBI for transferring its officer probing the sexual assault case and said it amounted to a violation of its order.
The Delhi High Court had on March 9 last year directed the Election Commission to allot a common symbol, preferably that of a 'pressure cooker', and a name to the then AIADMK (Amma) faction led by Dhinakaran.
The home in-charge reportedly made them watch pornographic content before abusing them.
The teenage girls complained that they were beaten with scales for not keeping their rooms clean and not listening to the staff.
Three of the shelter homes closed were run by Good News India (GNI), the same NGO whose branch at Beltikiri was embroiled in the sexual abuse scandal.
The DCW, in a statement, claimed that the missing of these girls from Sanskar Ashram at Dilshad Garden was found after six months on December 2 following which the case was registered.
SC directs CBI to take over probe into allegations of physical and sexual abuse of inmates at several shelter homes in Bihar.
In Maharashtra, 377 CCIs were closed, the highest among all states and union territories, followed by Andhra Pradesh - 78, and Telangana - 32.
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