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Reham Khan, attacked by goons, blames Imran Khan

Reham Khan, a journalist of British-Pakistani origin who was briefly married to Imran, had damned Pakistan's current prime minister in her autobiography

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’s former wife Reham Khan has said that her “vehicle was held at gunpoint” when she was returning from a wedding last night. In her tweet, she attacked the prime minister of her country for this “New Pakistan”.

“On the way back from my nephew’s marriage my car just got fired at,” Reham Khan tweeted, and “two men on a motorbike held (the) vehicle at gunpoint. “I had just changed vehicles. My PS & driver were in the car. This is Imran Khan’s New Pakistan?” she asked.

“Welcome to the state of cowards, thugs & the greedy,” Khan said in a tweet posted at 1:59 AM today.

In a follow-up tweet, posted hours later, Reham Khan claimed that no had yet been registered “in Shams Colony Police Station Islamabad. Investigation is ongoing. Waiting for a copy of the FIR”. She also thanked her followers for the support shown and said she “would prefer a duel” and “not a cowardly covert attempt”.

“I don’t fear death or injury but I am outraged and concerned about those who work for me,” said Reham Khan.

Reham Khan, a journalist of British-Pakistani origin, was briefly married to Imran. She released an autobiography in 2018, in which she made some damning claims against Pakistan’s prime minister.

Imran Khan, who captained the Pakistan team that won the cricket World Cup in 1992, married Reham in January 2015 in a low-key ceremony at his home in Islamabad. However, that marriage ended in just 10 months, when they filed for divorce in October than year.

Reham Khan later claimed in an interview that she had fled Pakistan after receiving threats of being “blown up”.

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