A British Man Arrested For Sexual Assault of Three Blind Boys!

Delhi Police is looking for information on 27 children who British man Murray Dennis Ward was allegedly chatting with online

During the inquiry, the alleged involvement of Murray Denis Ward, a British national and a frequent visitor to the institute, came to the light, the police said, adding that Ward had been associated with NAB as a regular donor for nearly nine years. "The parents of these boys are yet to reach Delhi since they had to raise money to buy train tickets", said a senior NAB staff member.Throughout Tuesday, the children remained with the police and counsellors, who tried to ascertain if the victims had been abused in the past too.

Booked under the Protection of Children Against Sexual Offences (POSCO) Act, Murray Denis Ward was later sent in two-day police custody by a local court.

Ward is said to have been working for Sterlite Technology Limited in Gurgaon till April this year, reported The Indian Express. Police contacted the British High Commission and informed them about the incident.

"We have seized his mobile phone and laptop, which also had some explicit photographs and videos". It is being probed whether the British national was part of any group involved in sharing material pertaining to paedophilia, said another officer.

Singh said he frequented the hostel in Delhi sometimes as often as once per week, and police were investigating his motivations and online activity. He had been visiting the institute for the past eight to nine years.The police suspects that he may have assaulted other children in the past.

On Sunday, they informed the police after which a team from RK Puram station went to the school to record the statements of the children. In their complaint, it came to light that the children are 14-15 years old.

It said Ward visited the school a few times a month. "Two policemen had to help him get into the van on Sunday afternoon", said Gul Mohammad, a resident.

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