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The Indian Herald

January 3, 2009

Jamshedpur lawyer to defend Ajmal Amir Kasab

Holding that it is the inalienable right of every person to have a fair trial, a Jharkhand lawyer has written to the Chief Justice of India, for letting him fight the case of Mumbai terror attack accused Ajmal Amir Kasab.

The lawyer, Rajiv Kumar Singh, has said that every accused has the right to a proper trial and the case should be shifted to Jamshedpur so that he can provide the due legal assistance to Kasab.

In his letter, Singh, has said that if the case can't be shifted, then he is ready to reach Mumbai and fight the case. "A lawyer ought not to think of geographical boundaries or religious differences and must take up any case he wants to plead for the sake of upholding the highest principles of justice", said Singh.

He said that nobody can scare him or deter him from going to plead the case of Kasab, as terrorists and hard-core militants in the past have got lawyers in the past and there is no question of not providing the legal help to Kasab.

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