London : While former captain of the Pakistani cricket team and Pakistani Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan have become Pakistani Prime Minister, his ex-wife Reham Khan has slammed into Imran , 19659003] Reham and Imran got married in 2015. But her marriage fell apart after ten months. Later, she accused Imran of being bisexual and using hard drugs and adultery in her latest book.
During her last interview, Reham sent a strong message to her ex-husband
"Change first and then try to change country, practice what you preach, start by being honest" Reham quoted by The Sunday Guardian.
Speaking about her married life with Imran, Reham said, "I was married to him, but he was not married to me, it was a marriage of convenience for him for all practical purposes, and to this day I can not be sure who He was generous in his praise and was often pleased with how I took care of the house, my political sense, my strong belief, even mine We had no arguments, sure, I never interfered in his relationship with his ex-wife, his children, his sisters or his friends, it was a stressful year for me because lies were constantly being made about me and Imran would be Never defending myself and preventing me from even acting, I resigned myself until I found out that he himself was a part of him. "
Reham also claimed that members of Imran's party began to distribute content from their autobiography and brand it as "pornographic".
Imran's people began in early June to slander pieces of the stuff they took for the book to slander the content and brand it as pornographic. They began to distribute PDF documents on social media and through WhatsApp groups. We were aware that the propaganda machinery they had access to not only effectively tried to discredit the book, but also tried to damage our sales. They also tried to get me to not publish the book. This meant that PR companies and publishers would take the censor route. To counteract this strategy, I decided to publish a completely unedited version earlier than we had planned, "Reham said.
When asked if she had written the book to discredit her ex-husband, Reham denied the claims .
"The question is based on a wrong perception. Only the PTI-led propaganda suggests. Many actually agree that I wrote what had to be said years ago. The comments I get are that it's 200 percent true. Some go so far as to say that the book is just the tip of the iceberg. I wrote the book with the intention that it would be the first of its kind. Many describe it as a brutally honest account of Pakistani society and the culture of the privileged. It is beyond the reach of how the political elites live a completely different life than the rest of us. I happened to be married to one of them, "said Reham.