— Awn Ch says Reham was always ‘greedy for power and money’
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Spokesperson Fawad Chaudhry alleged that party chief Imran Khan’s former wife Reham Khan’s upcoming book has been facilitated by the “Raiwind mafia and Pakistan’s former ambassador to the US, Hussain Haqqani”. He also said that the book’s material is inappropriate and hence the book should be banned.
Talking to reporters on Tuesday, Chaudhry said, “I demand Reham Khan to take back the contents of her book within 24 hours and apologise or we will take action.”
“In 1990, Hussain Haqqani also did a press conference with Mustafa Khar before Tehmina Durrani’s ‘My Feudal Lord’ was published.”
He also said that FIA’s cyber crime wing should investigate the emails sent by Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) senior leader Ahsan Iqbal to Reham. “There are also reports of a meeting between Maryam Nawaz and Reham,” he added.
Questioning the timing of the book, Chaudhry said, “Reham has been divorced for three years but she decided to publish the book two months before the upcoming election.”
“In 1996, the Sita White scandal was brought up as Imran entered politics and now this book has surfaced,” he added while claiming that Zulfikar Ali Bhutto’s fake photos were also circulated in the past ahead of elections.
‘REHAM GREEDY FOR POWER’
Imran Khan’s Political Secretary Awn Chaudry accused Reham Khan of being “greedy for money and power”. In a series of tweets, Chaudry said, “Her greed for money and power were insatiable and she was in a hurry to get both. I witnessed her demanding Rs 1 crore from Aleem Khan for her movie.”
“She approached one of our parliamentarians for the loan of furniture worth lakhs for her film but that furniture was never returned! It simply ‘disappeared'”, he alleged.