IAS leader Tina Dabi gained worldwide recognition for her impressive work as a civil servant so early in her career after securing an Honorary Advisor role at the Young Leaders Initiative of the BRICS CCI (Chamber of Commerce and industry). By her own admission, Tina said that honor had left her humiliated. BRICS is the acronym for an association of five major emerging economies such as Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa.
Speaking to Instagram, Tina wrote: “I am delighted to share that I have been given an Honorary Advisor role to the BRICS CCI (Chamber of Commerce & Industries) Young Leaders Initiative.”
Tina, who is currently stationed in Bhilwara, Rajasthan as SDM, added, “The BRICS Chamber of Commerce and Industry is a parent organization that promotes commerce and industry in the BRICS countries. The Chamber, founded in 2012 with the efforts of prominent professionals and entrepreneurs, is a non-profit, non-governmental organization. BRICS CCI is a registered body under the Company Registration Act of 1860 of the Government of India and is associated with NITI Aayog (the highest decision-making body of the Indian government) and recognized by the United Nations.
Reacting to a fan consultation note, Tina wrote, “Thanks everyone for the love and appreciation. It is very humiliating. “
Tina Dabi married 2nd All India row holder Athar Aamir Khan in 2018. She added Khan to her last name after marrying Athar. Her Instagram biography then proudly described her as a Kashmiri bahu.
However, the affable Delhi IAS agent recently became a hot topic of discussion on social media after it emerged that she had removed Khan from her last name and removed the reference to Bahu of Kashmir from her Instagram bio.
Last month, her fans wondered if all was well with her. One fan asked, “Are you okay with posting different stuff these days?” Another asked, “Are you okay ma’am?” “Ctrl + Alt + Del,” another fan commented.