Kathua case fund collection: Adv. Deepika Singh denies receiving money from Kerala

By KM Madhu/ Mathrubhumi

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Deepika Singh Rajawat | Photo: REUTERS

Kozhikode: The allegations raised against Youth League regarding fund collection for Kathua case victim’s family has reached a turning point. The family’s advocate Deepika Singh Rajawat stated that they did not receive money from Kerala.

Youth League representatives had claimed during a press conference that an amount of Rs 9.35 lakhs was handed over for the advocates of Kathua victim’s family. However, Advocate Deepika Singh Rajawat stated that Mubeen Farooqui, to whom Youth League claims to have given the money, has nothing to do with the case.

Deepika is appearing for the case free of cost and she did not receive any money from Kerala.

Youth League had claimed that they gave Rs 5 lakhs to the father of Kathua victim and Rs 9.35 lakhs to the advocates. They said that Mubeen Farooqui is coordinating the case in the court. However, Deepika Singh clarified that Mubeen Farooqui did not appear in any court on behalf of the case.

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