Deepika Singh Rajawat Wiki, Age, Husband, Family, Caste, Biography & More

Deepika Singh Rajawat

Deepika Singh Rajawat

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Deepika Singh Rajawat is an advocate at Jammu and Kashmir High Court. She is famous for handling the Kathua Rape Case in Kashmir. Check out Deepika wiki, height, weight, age, caste, family, biography and more.

Biography/Wiki

Apart from an advocate, Deepika Singh is the Chairperson of ‘Voice For Rights,’ an NGO working for human rights, and also works for ‘CRY,’ a Delhi based NGO for protection of child rights.

Deepika Singh Rajawat - Child Rights Activist

Deepika Singh Rajawat – Child Rights Activist

Physical Appearance

Having Hazel Brown eyes Deepika is a beautiful lady with 5’ 4” height and 55 kg weight. 

Deepika Singh Rajawat

Deepika Singh Rajawat

Family, Caste & Husband

Deepika belongs to a Kachwaha Rajput Hindu family, having three sisters Neelam Raina, Rain Raina, Palvee Raina, and one brother Rakesh Raina.

Deepika Singh Rajawat With Her Mother

Deepika Singh Rajawat With Her Mother

She is a well-settled married woman with a daughter Ashtami.

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Deepika Singh Rajawat With Her Daughter

Deepika Singh Rajawat With Her Daughter

Career

She completed a degree in law from the National Law University in Jodhpur. After completing her law degree, Deepika practised as an advocate at the court of Jammu and Kashmir and gradually entered into the field of human rights. Since then, she has been fighting for human rights.

Deepika Singh Rajawat

Deepika Singh Rajawat

Facts

  • In April 2018, Deepika appeared in the Jammu and Kashmir High Court on behalf of an 8 years old girl Asifa Bano, who was gang-raped and then murdered in Jammu & Kashmir’s Kathua district in January 2018.

    Deepika Singh Rajawat Advocating Asifa Bano

    Deepika Singh Rajawat Advocating Asifa Bano

  • She was the first person who filed a writ petition for Asifa’s case.
  • According to Deepika, she has been facing prejudice, and threats from her fellow colleagues to fight for Asifa.
  • Deepika received the Charkha fellowship and Ladli award for her work in the field of Juvenile Justice.

    Deepika Singh Rajawat

    Deepika Singh Rajawat

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