IAS officer Tina Dabi shares pictures with husband from Goa days after ex-husband Athar Amir Khan gets engaged to Dr Mehreen Qazi

IAS officer Tina Dabi shares pictures with husband from Goa days after ex-husband Athar Amir Khan gets engaged to Dr Mehreen Qazi

Photo posted on Instagram by Tina Dabi.

Tribune Web Desk

Chandigarh, July 5

Celebrated IAS officer Tina Dabi is once again in the headlines. She on Monday shared beautiful pictures with husband Pradeep Gawande (IAS) on the social media from Goa.

In the pictures, the IAS officer is seen having a good time with her husband in Goa.

Tina got married to Pradeep Gawande on 20 April. Sharing the picture of husband Pradeep Gawande, Tina wrote, “Becoming one with the waves".

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Pradeep Gawande is the director of Rajasthan Archaeological Department, while Tina Dabi is posted as Joint Secretary Finance (Tax) in Rajasthan as well.

Tina Dabi's first marriage was with Athar Aamir Khan. Two months after Tina Dabi's marriage, Athar on July 2, got engaged to Dr Mehreen Qazi.

The second topper of the 2015 UPSC batch took to his Instagram handle and posted a beautiful picture with Mehreen from their engagement ceremony.

Athar was the second topper of 2015 UPSC batch. Athar is originally from Anantnag in Kashmir. He has studied electrical engineering from IIT Mandi. After that, he started preparing for UPSC.

The two met for the first time in Mussoorie where they were taking IAS training. In an interview, Tina had said that she had fallen in love with Athar at first sight. After the training was over, both of them got married in 2018. However, this marriage did not last long.

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