Reham Khan accuses Hamza Ali Abbasi of threatening her


Reham Khan is all the rage on Twitter once again given that her book is releasing soon. Several people have read her upcoming book’s manuscript and one of the first people to comment on the manuscript was surprisingly none other than PTI and Imran Khan loyalist, Hamza Ali Abbasi.

Abbasi in a tweet wrote, “Had a very unfortunate experience of reading a manuscript of Reham Khan’s book and here is the summary: Imran Khan is the most evil man to walk the face of this planet while Reham is the most pious, righteous (Tahajjud guzaar) woman ever and Shehbaz Sharif is an amazing guy!”

Reham shot back immediately saying, “Hamza Abbasi claims he has read manuscript when it’s not been published? Only possible through fraud or theft.”

While Hamza did not comment on the matter further, Reham further posted tweets alleging that the actor-political analyst has been “emailing her threats since August 2017.” And to further her accusation, she also posted a screenshot of an email conversation between herself and Abbasi.

At the end of the day, Reham thanked the “mafia for promoting her book.”


On the other hand, PTI Spokesman Fawad Chaudhry on Saturday accused Reham Khan of meeting Maryam Nawaz, saying that they now had “solid evidence” to prove his claims.

In his statement to media, Chaudhry said that everything had been revealed as to who did Reham meet, when and where, and through whom. He claimed that they had all proofs of Reham’s meetings.

Chaudhry said that Reham called on Maryam Nawaz, and that the meeting was arranged by former interior minister Ahsan Iqbal. He added that the irrefutable proofs have uncovered the entire conspiracy.

The PTI spokesman in a tweet also said that “the whole book [written by Reham] is an exercise to demolish only real opposition.”

Earlier on Saturday, Imran Khan’s close friend and London-based businessman, Zulfi Bukhari, threatened to take legal action against Reham over her upcoming book, which reportedly revolves around her marriage to the PTI chairman.

Bukhari, who had negotiated with Reham following her divorce with Imran, in a statement said the former TV presenter’s move to write the book on her marriage was a “pathetic and filthy attempt.”

The close friend of Imran said he will take action against her “worldwide.”