Kathua case: Kashmir youth announces Rs 50,000 ‘gift’ for adv Rajawat, Who is He?


SRINAGAR: Sajad Shah, a youth from Tankipora downtown area has announced a ‘gift’ of Rs 50,000 to advocate Deepika Singh Rajawat for pleading the case of Kathua rape and murder victim.

Shah said people shouldn’t forget advocate Deepka Singh Rajawat, a Kashmiri Pandit, who has shown Kashmiriyat by pleading the case to deliver justice to the minor girl. “Though I am not affiliated with any political party but I know how much she has to spend to take the minor girl’s case to the logical conclusion. I took the step to help her and announce a gift of my hard earned fifty thousand rupees to her so that she can plead the case easily and help in delivering justice to the victim,” said Shah.

“By taking this step, she has got the support of every individual across the globe as she exhibited Kashmiriyat and humanity of Kashmir,” said Shah, adding that he would like to financially support her in future as well if needed. “I didn’t know her before but from now onward she is my sister.” (PTK)



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