Tina Dabi Khan’s fake Facebook page criticises the amended citizenship law, IAS topper lodges complaint with police

Tina Dabi Khan, a 2016 Indian Administrative Service (IAS) exam topper, says that some mischievous elements have created a fake Facebook page in her name to comment on the amended citizenship law. IAS topper Tina Dabi, currently serving as SDM in Bhilwara, has said that she has not made any comments in favor or against the citizenship law. Meanwhile, Tina Dabi’s PA told that she has also filed a police complaint against the fake Facebook page.

Significantly, protests are going on in many states of the country, including the capital Delhi, regarding the revised citizenship law. Meanwhile, some miscreants created a fake Facebook page of IAS topper Tina Dabi Khan on Facebook. On that page, the Citizenship Amendment Act and the government were criticized. Seeing this post, everyone felt that IAS officer Tina Dabi is also opposing this law. But when asked, he called the page fake.

According to the report of the news agency ANI, IAS officer Tina Dabi Khan said that the Facebook page in her name and whatever is being circulated on the amended citizenship law is completely fake and against this post in the police Will file a complaint

While talking to ‘Janata Ka Reporter’, Tina Dabi’s PA (Khushboo) said, “IAS officer Tina Dabi is still busy in the by-election duty.” However, Khushboo said, “By his (Tina Dabi) name There is a Facebook page and whatever is being spread about the amended citizenship law, it is completely fake. ”

At the same time, Khushboo said that, “Mmmm (Tina Dabi) has lodged a complaint for him yesterday (Tuesday) in the cyber cell of the local police, but no arrest has been made in this case yet.” Whatever the Facebook page is, it might have been made by one of their fans. “

Let me tell you that on Tuesday, a Hindi message went viral from the ‘fake’ social media page, which criticized the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019.

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