Advocate Seema Kushwaha, who had represented the family of the 2012 Delhi gang-rape victim as their legal Counsel, is going to represent the Hathras rape victim's family in their legal battle..Speaking to Bar & Bench, Kushwaha confirmed that the victim's family in the Hathras case had reached out to her to represent them as their legal counsel. .While Kushwaha was earlier prevented from meeting with the family by the UP Police and authorities, Kushwaha says that the initial processes and exercises of documentation pertaining to Vakalatnama are now expected to be completed by Sunday, October 4..Kushwaha says that she remained in touch with the family even before the incident was highlighted by the media. While she has not met with the victim's immediate family yet, a member of the victim's extended family had contacted the lawyer and met with her in Delhi with the request to take up the case for the family.."My fight is for the daughter of Hathras, to help her get justice, as well as to urge the dispensations, both present and future, to take the issue of women's safety more seriously", Kushwaha said talking to Bar & Bench.."My aim and effort is for the fundamental rights of the daughters of the country to be protected and for their safety to be ensured. Those in power would have to take responsibility for women's safety," Kushwaha says..After Nirbhaya finally got justice, the people of the country regained their confidence in the judiciary of the country, Kushwaha added, but every case needs to be one with speedy justice, she laments..Through the unfortunate and shocking incident at Hathras now, the gaps in the enforcement of laws for women's safety have become more enhanced, the lawyer says. She calls for the development of systemic machinery to facilitate the proper implementation of the laws along with bringing much-needed reforms in the Police system and the judicial system..No aggression in executing death penalty in India: Counsel for Nirbhaya's parents, Advocate Seema Kushwaha.The victim, a 19-year-old Dalit girl, was gang-raped in Hathras on September 14. She succumbed to her injuries at Delhi's Safdarjung Hospital on September 29. When her mortal remains were taken to her native place, the UP Police and administration allegedly cremated her body forcefully without the family's consent or their presence, in the dead of the night..The incident was also allegedly played down by the police and the local administration as a dispute between villages to cover it up..Amid severe outrage and the stir caused by the horrific incident and the handling of the same by the local Police and administration, the Allahabad High Court's Lucknow Bench later took suo motu cognizance of the incident, particularly of the allegation of the forceful cremation of the victim's body by the Police..The High Court said that if these allegations are true it would a case of high-handedness displayed by State authority leading to violation of fundamental and basic human rights..Breaking: Allahabad High Court takes suo motu cognizance of Hathras gangrape, cremation of victim [Read Order].According to media reports, Hathras village remains cordoned off by the Police with no media personnel or political leaders allowed to visit the victim's family. Khushwaha claims that she was one of the people who was denied entry in the village to meet with the family despite having been asked by the victim's family to represent them legally.