[Photos] IAS Tina Dabi's ex-husband Athar Amir Khan gets engaged

Athar Amir Khan was the second-highest topper of UPSC 2015 batch

FPJ Web DeskUpdated: Sunday, July 03, 2022, 05:24 PM IST
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IAS Tina Dabi’s ex-husband, IAS Athar Amir Khan, has decided to get married again. He was the second-highest topper of UPSC 2015 batch. The officer posted the news on his Instagram handle and also posted photos with his new life partner, Dr Mehreen Qazi.

Amir posted the clip with Qazi with the hashtag engagement. This comes after Amir's ex-wife Dabi and IAS officer Pradeep Gawande got married on April 22. Amir and Dabi got separated via a mutual divorce last year after being married for two years.

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Mehreen is a doctor who comes from Kashmir. Her Instagram bio reads that she is a dreamer and an achiever. Reportedly, she has an MD in medicine and has been in a relationship with Athar since quite some time.

On the other hand Davi and Gawande got married on April 22 in presence of 15-20 close family members. They had got married according to Marathi traditions.

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