I swear upon Holy Quran I've nothing to do with Ayesha Gulalai: Reham Khan

Tells ex-husband Imran Khan to stop using her name to save his "dying political career"

News Desk August 06, 2017

TV presenter Reham Khan has denied allegations that she was behind MNA Ayesha Gulalai's harassment allegations against Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan.

"I swear upon the Holy Quran that I have nothing to do with Ayesha Gulalai," the PTI chief's ex-wife told reporters at a press conference in Haripur on Sunday.

She added that neither was she in touch with Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa chief Amir Muqam, nor did she wish for a seat in parliament through such tactics.

"I am a Khan. I wouldn't attack from the back, so it's better that you don't use my name to save your dying political career," she said taking a jibe at her ex-husband.

Gulalai made allegations against Imran at Muqam and Reham's behest, claims PTI K-P MPA

Reham claimed that TV anchorpersons were creating misconceptions by linking her to a man (Imran) she had left two years  ago.

A few days ago, Gulalai, an MNA from South Waziristan, had announced that she was quitting the PTI and claimed that women affiliated with the party faced constant harassment from within its ranks.

She had alleged that the PTI chief had sent her lewd text messages, and she could not put up with this any longer.

In response, the PTI had maintained that Gulalai's allegations were false and Muqam and Reham had hatched up this conspiracy to defame Imran.

Addressing a press conference at the Peshawar Press Club, Fazal Elahi, a PTI MPA and the parliamentary secretary for environment, said that Muqam, Reham and Gulalai had joined hands and “made up” allegations against the PTI chief.


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Sabiha | 3 years ago | Reply Stop using your name for the sake of his career??? Lady! I think your picture seems upside down and your statement is definitely the other way round.
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