Anila Khawaja 'not deterred' by Reham's ‘chief of the harem’ allegation

Will continue to work in politics to improve the country, Khawaja says


Kazim Hamdani June 05, 2018
Khawaja said that the sole reason she came back from London in 2005 was her love for her country in the wake of a natural disaster. PHOTO: EXPRESS

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) International Media Coordinator Anila Khawaja on Tuesday said that despite the explosive allegations levelled against her by journalist Reham Khan she remains undettered in her mission to serve Pakistan.

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Khawaja told The Express Tribune that no matter how many accusations are meted her way, as a strong and diligent woman she would work in politics to improve the country.

Khawaja said that the sole reason she came back from London in 2005 was her love for her country in the wake of a natural disaster.



Reham had alleged in her new controversial book that Khawaja had an illicit affair with Imran, as well as, exerting enormous control over him.



According to the legal notice served to Reham, the journalist called Khawaja  “chief of the harem” in the manuscript of her autobiography.

 




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Imran Ahsan Mirza | 2 years ago | Reply | Recommend There is no categorical rejection of the allegation. She has dodged the question and skidded to other topics.
Muhammad | 2 years ago | Reply | Recommend The personality of Imran Khan is fit for the Leader in the opposition, or Chairman NAB or the like. Given his character, definitely not fit for the PM slot. Such decisions are but made elsewhere and by others and not determined by the vote bank.
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