Imran's third marriage: PTI files complaint against media for spreading 'disinformation'

Unethical of media to spread false news of my marriage based upon absolute lies: Imran Khan

News Desk July 13, 2016
A file photo of Imran Khan. PHOTO: PPI

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has filed a complaint with the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (Pemra) against TV channels over airing news about party chairman Imran Khan’s third marriage.

“A delegation of PTI, headed by Iftikhar Durrani, met chairman Pemra Absar Alam at Pemra Headquarters, Islamabad and handed over a formal complaint,” a Pemra statement said on Wednesday.

"Unethical of media to spread false news of my marriage based upon absolute lies," said the PTI chief.

Imran said channels showed pictures of women whom he had never known or met.

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Meanwhile, Pemra's council of complaints will meet on July 5, 2016 to decide on the matter.

On Monday, the cricketer-turned politician had denied reports of his third marriage, saying he would celebrate in public after getting hitched.



Disgusting | 6 years ago | Reply @OSD: What is your problem? You are already OSD. However I fail to understand Imran Khan's interview with an enemy newspaper which backfired and I am happy it did. This man is blank at the top. While his party and opposition are sorting out Panamaleaks he leaks himself that is totally uncalled for and irrelevant.
kathy | 6 years ago | Reply He is just an old fart, trying to seek attention, he started the marriage gossip himself and now blaming media for speculating on his potential wife.
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