Thakur is already an accused in the rape and sexual abuse of children in his shelter home in Muzaffarpur district.
The CBI has been facing severe criticism for the delay in charging the accused persons for the crime.
The CBI told the court in its affidavit that it had made headway in the probe from a child rescued from the shelter home.
“During investigations, from the statements of victims recorded by investigation officers (IOs) and National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences (NIMHANS) team, names of 11 girls emerged, who were said to be allegedly murdered by the accused Brajesh Thakur and his accomplices,” said the CBI in the affidavit.

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The affidavit further said that on scrutiny of details of these 11 girls, it was revealed that there were a total of 35 girls with identical/similar names who were at one time or the other staying at the Balika Grih (girls’ home) in Muzaffarpur.