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UP Irrigation dept JE, Railways loco pilot among 4 charged by CBI with child sex abuse

The CBI has filed a charge sheet against four persons, including an official of the UP Irrigation Department posted in Odisha’s Rourkela, and a railway loco pilot, in a case of child sexual abuse.

The charge sheet was filed in a special court in Uttar Pradesh’s Chandauli.

Those whose charge sheets have been filed have been identified as Ram Bhavan, Junior Engineer, UP Irrigation Department; Ajit Kumar, Assistant Loco Pilot in South Eastern Railway, Rourkela; Ajay Kumar Gupta, resident of Chandauli; and Avnish Kumar Singh, who owns the Chandauli-based institute.

The CBI had filed a charge sheet against Ram Bhavan in a case related to child sexual abuse registered in November 2020. The agency had alleged that it had filmed and circulated videos of children for the past 10 years.

The charge sheet states, β€œBoth the accused (Ajit Kumar and Ajay Gupta) allegedly exposed three minor children as subjects of sexual assault/exploitation by other persons between 2019 and 2022. The victims had the alleged possession of both. There was no option but to follow the instructions. Guilty. Later, the accused called another person (Institute owner Avneesh Singh) for sexually assaulting minor children.

Singh “visited the victims and assaulted them”, said Singh.

According to the CBI, the accused filmed such activities on mobile phones and circulated the footage through social media platforms like WhatsApp and Telegram.

At present all four accused are in judicial custody.

On April 4 this year, the CBI alleged against two men that they had shared and exchanged Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM) – images and videos depicting children as indecent or obscene or sexually explicit.

According to the agency, Ajit Kumar was in touch with Ram Bhavan as well as several other unidentified persons through different apps. It was alleged that Ajit was also in touch with Kumar Gupta, with whom he shared abuse material for money.

The charge sheet was filed in a special court in Uttar Pradesh’s Chandauli.

Those whose charge sheets have been filed have been identified as Ram Bhavan, Junior Engineer, UP Irrigation Department; Ajit Kumar, Assistant Loco Pilot in South Eastern Railway, Rourkela; Ajay Kumar Gupta, resident of Chandauli; and Avnish Kumar Singh, who owns the Chandauli-based institute.

The CBI had filed a charge sheet against Ram Bhavan in a case related to child sexual abuse registered in November 2020. The agency had alleged that it had filmed and circulated videos of children for the past 10 years.

The charge sheet states, β€œBoth the accused (Ajit Kumar and Ajay Gupta) allegedly exposed three minor children as subjects of sexual assault/exploitation by other persons between 2019 and 2022. The victims had the alleged possession of both. There was no option but to follow the instructions. Guilty. Later, the accused called another person (Institute owner Avneesh Singh) for sexually assaulting minor children.

Singh “visited the victims and assaulted them”, said Singh.

According to the CBI, the accused filmed such activities on mobile phones and circulated the footage through social media platforms like WhatsApp and Telegram.

At present all four accused are in judicial custody.

On April 4 this year, the CBI alleged against two men that they had shared and exchanged Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM) – images and videos depicting children as indecent or obscene or sexually explicit.

According to the agency, Ajit Kumar was in touch with Ram Bhavan as well as several other unidentified persons through different apps. It was alleged that Ajit was also in touch with Kumar Gupta, with whom he shared abuse material for money.

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