Execution lawyer AP Singh will file a case against the accused

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Lawyer AP Singh has contacted the relatives of the accused in Hatras. Lawyer AP Singh said the accused’s family has applied to file a case against them.

The Hathras incident in Uttar Pradesh has shaken the entire nation. The people of the country have taken to the streets to demand justice for the daughter of Hatras. At the same time, on social media, users are demanding justice. Now it is a coincidence that the two lawyers who filed the case in court in the Nirva case may face each other again. According to media reports, the lawyer sentenced to death by the convicts of Nirvar, Seema Samridhi Kushwaha, spoke of the fight to sue the victim of the Hatras incident. At the same time, AP Singh, the lawyer representing the convicts in the execution case, will fight the case on behalf of the accused.

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It is said that lawyer AP Singh has been contacted by the family members of the accused. Lawyer AP Singh said the accused’s family has applied to file a case against them. Apart from this, AP Singh further said that Manabendra Singh, President of the All India Kshatriya Mahasabha and former Union Minister, has asked him to fight the case of the accused in the Hatrash case. According to media reports, former Union Minister Manabendra Singh has issued a letter. In it, he said, the All India Kshatriya Mahasabha would raise money and pay the fees of lawyer AP Singh.

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The letter further said that an attempt was being made to discredit the Savarna Samaj by abusing the SC-ST Act through incidents of harassment. Due to which Rajput society in particular has been hit hard. AP Singh has decided to file a milk case in this case on behalf of the accused in such cases. Advocate Seema Kushwaha has been appointed to fight the case on behalf of the victim’s family. Seema has signed a vakalatnama. Seema said she would soon file a petition in the Supreme Court seeking transfer of the case to Delhi.

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