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IAS couples Tina Dabi and Athar Aamir Khan file for divorce in Jaipur Family court

IAS couples Tina Dabi

A divorce was filed by IAS couples Tina Dabi and Athar Aamir Khan, who tied the node in 2018. The couple filed a divorce in a family court in Jaipur with mutual consent. In 2015, Dabi had notably overcome the review of the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC). While Khan was second to the prestigious civil services examinations the same year. The IAS officers had married each other in 2018 in Kashmir, which were shunning interfaith taboos.

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IAS couples Tina Dabi

Tina Dabi was the first Dalit girl ever to pass the UPSC test in her first try. It is possible to remember the unhappiness of Hindu Mahasabha with Tina’s decision to marry Khan.

IAS couples Tina Dabi and Athar Aamir Khan

In a letter to the parents of the IAS topper, the Hindu Mahasabha urged them to cancel their marriage or to ask Khan to convert. The group said in its letter that marriage encourages love jihad. Tina once wrote a post on Facebook saying, “As an independent woman, as a freethinker, I have the freedom to make those choices. I’m very happy with my decision, and so is Aamir.

Two years after the wedding, Tina Dabi (Batch 2015) and IAS husband Athar Khan lodged a mutual consent application for a divorce with the family Court in Jaipur. Tina Dabi (Batch 2015) Their partnership at the Mussoorie Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy and the wedding thereafter gained the national attention for several reasons. Athar came second while Tina came first.

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As a sign of community peace, many people hailed their wedding. Conference leader Rahul Gandhi congratulated the IAS couple and tweeted, “May your love increase by the intensity and inspire all the Indians in this age of increasing intolerance. The first was a plain courts’ ceremony, the second in Pahalgam, and the third at Delhi. There were three wedding receptions.


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