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Kathua victim lawyer says Twitter account hacked, lodges complaint with Delhi Police

Kathua victim lawyer says Twitter account hacked, lodges complaint with Delhi Police
New Delhi: Lawyer of Kathua gangrape victim Deepika Singh Rajawat has lodged a complaint with the Delhi police cyber cell alleging that her twitter account has been hacked. She has provided the details of the twitter handle to Delhi police and stated contents on the handle are not put by her.
The complain came after a lawyer also lodged a complaint against Deepika at Patel Nagar PS claiming that the victim's lawyer has revealed the identity of the 8-year-old victim by putting her photograph as her banner profile on Twitter.
" I am also lodging a complaint with Twitter to deactivate and suspend @DeepikaSRajawat and other lookalike accounts, passing themselves off as my accounts. The photograph of the Kathua victim has been put on the banner with the mala-fide intent of lodging a criminal complaint against me," lawyer said.
The lawyer suspected that someone has stolen data from her Facebook account and posted exactly the same contents on Twitter that appeared on her Facebook page.
"All the tweets that appear on the said account (@DeepikaSRajawat) at present have not been put out by me and I request you not to be misled into believing that I have posted the tweets," lawyer said.
Deepika was in Delhi recently to appear before Honourable supreme court representing the victim girl's family seeking protection for the victims kin and their lawyers. As an interim measure, the court directed that Jammu and Kashmir government provide security to the victim's family, lawyers Deepika Rajawat and Talib Hussain. The Supreme Court has asked the Jammu and Kashmir government for a reply by April 27 on whether a plea to transfer the Kathua rape and murder case from the state's courts to Chandigarh should be allowed.
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