Panic had struck the Bihar administration ever since it emerged that six of the seven minor girls escaped from a government-run shelter home in Mokama town.
But they all have been found and located and what was of particular concern as five of them are witnesses in the Muzaffarpur sexual assault case
Darbhanga police officials said that a police team had come from Patna to look for the missing girls, based on the inputs they had gathered during investigation.
Meanwhile, the opposition slammed the NDA government in Bihar making allegations that five of the girls who were “witnesses” in the sex scandal being probed by the CBI under the supervision of the Supreme Court may have become victims to “conspiracy”.
Sniffer dogs and forensic experts were pressed into service to trace the girls who had fled the home situated around 100 km from the state capital.