Provide security cover to Kathua child victim's family: Supreme Court to Jammu and Kashmir government
Monday, 16 April 2018
The top court directed the Jammu and Kashmir
government to provide police protection to the victim's family and their counsel Deepika S Rajawat.
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Kathua (Jammu and Kashmir), Apr 16 (ANI): The trial in the Kathua rape and murder case against the eight accused men began on Monday. The eight accused were brought to the court amid tight security. An 8-year-old girl was allegedly drugged, tortured and gang-raped in a village temple for a week in... ▶ Kathua rape & murder case: Trial against 8 accused begins 01:03
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