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He died of his injuries on Thursday, police said.“We are trying to find whether the mob was instigated by the (girl’s) family,” Chandan Kumar Jha, Gumla police chief said.Until, one fine day I met a guy at a friend’s party, we started talking, got along really well..he happened to be a Muslim.We had both graduated from high school back then and had lots of pre-college free time so what started out with texts and calls.We were a relatively open-minded family except for the fact that I was told I could never fall in love with a Muslim. Somehow, I never had any close Muslim friends so it really didn’t matter.Slowly, as I started growing up I questioned my parent’s rather orthodox views on this matter (being an agnostic myself) but even then I never had energy to fight about it again and again. Although my family is a Hindu Brahmin family, we were never one of those rigid ones.