“Wearing the smile you gave me” 2015 IAS topper Tina Dabi to marry again, shares pics with Fiance
Earlier Tina Dabi was married to IAS second topper Athar Khan. Tina and Athar had created a buzz in the media when the couple announced their relationship.
Tina Dabi, an Indian Administrative Service officer and a UPSC 2015 exam topper from Rajasthan has announced her engagement. Taking to Instagram, she shared the news with a photo and wrote the caption “I am wearing the smile you gave me #fiance.” As per sources, She is about to tie knots with IAS officer Pradeep Gawande who also posted a photo on Instagram with Tina Dabi where Tina can be seen donning a red saree while Pradeep was complimenting her with a red kurta and pants. He wrote in the caption that “together, is my favorite place to be.”
According to the reports, the couple’s wedding will take take place in Jaipur on April 22. Pradeep Gawande is currently serving as the Director, Archeology & Museums, Rajasthan. Pradeep is three years senior to the Tina Dabi and IAS officer of 2013.
At one time Tina Dabi was married to IAS Athar Khan. The Duo had hit the headlines back in 2016 when they announced their wedding. Athar Amir Khan had secured the second rank in the UPSC all-India examination in which Tina Dabi topped. Ms. Dabi is a graduate of Delhi’s Lady Shri Ram College and got into the spotlight after she became the first Dalit to top the reputed civil services exam, in her very first attempt.
Tina Dabi and Athar Amir Khan tied the knot in Kashmir’s Pahalgam in 2018. Their Wedding reception was attended by many veterans such as Vice President Venkaiah Naidu, Union Ministers, and many more. After two years, they had announced their separation in November 2020. After the order was passed by the Jaipur court, their divorce was finalized in August 2021.
Their decision to divorce had generated headlines and a backlash on social media at a time. This has caught in a debate on communal discord or so-called “Love Jihaad”. However, Ms. Dabi had cleared such rumors by stating that her marriage was above religious divides.
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