Bihar: Prostitution was going on under the guise of orchestra, the minor was put to death, then it was revealed like this

Bihar: Prostitution was going on under the guise of orchestra, the minor was put to death, then it was revealed like this

Under the guise of orchestra, a case of sex trade with minor girls has come to light in Dhangai of Bikramganj. These girls were kept locked in a room. The matter came to light when one of these minor girls escaped and reached Patna with the help of an organization. On reaching Patna, the girl was presented before the Child Welfare Committee.

On the statement of the girl child, the child welfare committee wrote a letter to SSP Patna and ordered to register an FIR. In view of the seriousness of the matter, ADG Anil Yadav of the weaker section took immediate action and sent a rescue team to Rohtas.

9 girls were rescued

When the police reached the spot, the teenager's 12-year-old younger sister was murdered. Police have rescued 9 girls from here. Of these, 6 are minors. The rescued girls are from Muzaffarpur, Rohtas and Raxaul. They have been kept in the shelter home.

5 arrested including female broker

On seeing the police who came to raid, everyone started running from there. The police have arrested Shankar Nat, Gopal Nat, Vikas and Sonu along with broker Rekha Devi. Police has lodged an FIR in Vikramganj police station under sections of poxo, murder, human trafficking and kidnapping.

Prostitution under the guise of orchestra

SP Bina Kumari of Weaker Sections said that on July 19, information was received from the Child Welfare Committee that a woman named Rekha Devi gets sex trade with minor girls under the guise of orchestra. On the basis of the information, an overnight raid was conducted on July 19. The girls have been rescued by forming a rescue team. At the same time, raids are being conducted to arrest the other accused.


Bihar: Prince Raj of LJP will be in front of the public for the first time after the party's rebellion, will hold a meeting of workers

Bihar: Prince Raj of LJP will be in front of the public for the first time after the party's rebellion, will hold a meeting of workers

Lok Janshakti Party ie LJP MP Prince Raj from Samastipur will appear in front of the public for the first time today. This is the first time after the rebellion in the party that Prince Raj is coming before the public. He will take a meeting of Paras faction LJP and Dalit Sena in Patna on Sunday. It was told that at 4 pm he would also speak to the media. It is known that Prince Raj is with the Uncle Pashupati Paras camp except his cousin Chirag Paswan. Prince Raj is also the Bihar state president of the Paras faction LJP.

According to media reports, after reaching Patna on Sunday, Prince Raj will hold a meeting with the state executive, district presidents and leaders of all cells as well as Dalit army workers at the party office.

Nearby Remote Control Pashupati Paras!

This is the first meeting of the State Working Committee of the Paras faction-led LJP amid the ongoing controversy over the post of the party and its national president. In this meeting to be held in the party office, the state executive, district presidents and leaders of all cells will be involved. Apart from this, he will also hold meetings with the workers of the Dalit Sena.

Sources said that all the meetings to be held on Sunday will be taken by Prince Raj. Sources reveal that the agenda of the meeting has already been prepared by Pashupati Paras and his special people together.

So the prince did not want to openly oppose the lamp?

Let us tell you that during the entire controversy in LJP, Prince Raj did not appear nor did he make any statement on the party's dispute. During this time, the case of Prince Raj's dispute with a girl in Delhi also came to the fore. Even on this matter, he did not come forward and said anything. Even when a meeting of the National Executive of the Paras faction LJP was held at the house of former Bahubali MP Surajbhan Singh in Patna and Paras was elected as the national president, he did not appear. Whatever the reason, there were discussions in the political circles that Prince Raj did not want to openly revolt against his cousin Chirag Paswan, as well as he did not want to make any statement against Chirag.