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Tina Dabi's reply to those who called her engagement to Aamir `love jihad’ - Read

Tina Dabi and Athar Aamir-ul Shafi Khan met at the Department of Personnel and Training office in North Block for a felicitation function on May 11.


Tina Dabi's reply to those who called her engagement to Aamir `love jihad’ - Read
Pic courtsey: Facebook

New Delhi: Delhi girl Tina Dabi, who topped the prestigious Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) examinations, has given a befitting reply to those who has raised questions about her plans to marry Athar Aamir-ul Shafi Khan of Jammu and Kashmir.

Notably, Athar had had finished in the UPSc exams second nationally. He was also the only Muslim in the top 100 successful candidates.

Meanwhile, reports had suggested that the Akhil Bhartiya Hindu Mahasabha has written a letter to Tina's parents saying that while they were proud of the UPSC topper's achievements, it was ‘painful’ that she chose to marry a Muslim.

Munna Kumar Sharma, the national general secretary Hindu right wing outfit, had reportedly described Tina's relationship with Athar as ‘love jihad’.

Without naming anyone, Tina on Tuesday shared a message on her Facebook page with hashtag `Free Love`. It is seen as her reply to those who are opposing her relationship with Athar.

On Monday, Tina had posted a picture of hers with Athar and wrote a post: “Humanity is the biggest religion we should follow...”

The IAS topper is regular in posting her pictures with Athar on Facebook.

Here is what she posted:

Tina and Athar met at the Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) office in North Block for a felicitation function on May 11.

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