Muzaffarpur Shelter Home Case: Supreme Court Asks Bihar Govt to Reunite 8 Victims Using Their Families

The apex court additionally asked the Bihar federal federal government to make a plan to start the entire process of disbursing payment into the girls under relevant schemes.

New Delhi: In a development that is significant the Supreme Court on Thursday asked Bihar federal federal government to make a plan to reunite eight away from 44 girls from Muzaffarpur shelter house with their own families.

The court that is top of Justices NV Ramana, Mohan M Shanatanagoudar and Ajay Rastogi additionally directed the Bihar government to make a plan to start the entire process of disbursing settlement into the girls under relevant schemes.

The apex court took on record that the Bihar government has agreed to provide financial, educational and medical assistance, including psychiatric help, to the girls during the hearing.