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Hindu Mahasabha writes letter to Tina Dabi's parents over her relationship with Athar Aamir-ulShafi Khan
Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha has written a letter to 2015 UPSC topper Tina Dabi's parents over her relationship with Athar Aamir-ulShafi Khan, the second rank holder, asking them to cancel the wedding or at least convince Khan to get converted.
Munna Kumar Sharma, Mahasabha's national general secretary said, "This decision of your family will promote love jihad and thus the wedding should not take place at any cost. If the couple is still willing to tie the knot, then ghar-wapsi of Khan should be done and a wedding should take place only after he agrees to get converted. Our members will help you in his re-conversion or ghar wapsi."

The letter was addressed to Jaswant Dabi, Tina's father. The letter also read, "All of us were very happy after the success Tina achieved when she topped the UPSC 2015 exam. But her decision to marry Khan has come as a shock and all of us are very sad to know this. This is to inform you that Muslims are promoting 'love jihad' on a high level wherein they make Hindu girls fall in love with them, convert them to Muslim religion and marry them. But if marrying each other is important for both of them, then we suggest that Khan's ghar wapsi be done.

The announcement about their relationship was recently made by Tina on her Facebook page, which took social media by storm last week. Both of them started dating soon after they met in May.

While it was love at first sight for Athar, Dabi was charmed by his perseverance a few months later.
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