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Deepika Singh Rajawat Age, Biography, Husband, Children, Family, Facts & More


Deepika Singh Rajawat

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Bio/Wiki
Real NameDeepika Singh Rajawat
Profession(s)Advocate at Jammu and Kashmir High Court, Human Rights Activist
Famous ForKathua Rape Case Lawyer
Physical Stats & More
Height (approx.)in centimeters- 163 cm
in meters- 1.63 m
in feet inches- 5’ 4”
Weight (approx.)in kilograms- 55 kg
in pounds- 121 lbs
Eye ColourHazel Brown
Hair ColourBlack
Personal Life
Date of BirthNot Known
Age Not Known
BirthplaceNot Known
NationalityIndian
HometownNot Known
College/UniversityNational Law University, Jodhpur
Educational QualificationA Degree in Law
ReligionHinduism
CasteKachwaha Rajput
TattooOn the side of her left-palm
Deepika Singh Rajawat Tattoo
Boys, Affairs and More
Marital StatusMarried
Family
Husband/SpouseName Not Known
Deepika Singh Rajawat Husband
ChildrenSon- Not Known
Daughter- Ashtami
Deepika Singh Rajawat With Her Daughter
ParentsFather- Name Not Known
Mother- Name Not Known
Deepika Singh Rajawat With Her Mother
Deepika Singh Rajawat Parents
SiblingsBrother- Rakesh Raina
Deepika Singh Rajawat Brother Rakesh Raina
Sisters- Neelam Raina, Rain Raina, Palvee Raina
Deepika Singh Rajawat (2nd from Right) With Her Sisters Neelam Raina, Rain Raina, Palvee Raina (from Left to Right)

Deepika Singh Rajawat

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Some Lesser Known Facts About Deepika Singh Rajawat

  • In April 2018, Deepika Singh Rajawat made headlines after she appeared in the Jammu and Kashmir High Court on behalf of Asifa Bano‘s biological father, Muhammad Akhtar.
  • Asifa Bano was an 8-year-old girl who was brutally gang-raped and murdered in Jammu & Kashmir’s Kathua district in January 2018.
  • She is the Chairperson of Voice For Rights, an NGO working for human rights.
  • She also works with Child Rights and You (CRY), a Delhi based NGO for protection of child rights.
  • Deepika Singh Rajawat has been fighting human rights abuse for a long time. Deepika Singh Rajawat Child Rights Activist
  • She approached Asifa’s family in February 2018 to fight for Asifa’s justice.
  • Deepika has alleged that she has been battling ‘prejudice’, ‘bias’ and ‘threats’ from her fellow colleagues to fight for Asifa.

  • Deepika Singh Rajawat was the first one who had moved a writ petition in Asifa’s case.
  • As soon as she took the case, her bar membership was cancelled.
  • For her work in the field of Juvenile Justice, Deepika Singh Rajawat has been awarded the Charkha fellowship and has also received the Ladli award.
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