Mufti Menk Responded to Reham Khan’s “Bearded” Picture – Research Snipers

Mufti Menk Responded to Reham Khan’s “Bearded” Picture

Mufti Ismail Menk—an Islamic preacher from Zimbabwe responded at a tweet by Reham Khan—the ex-wife of Imran Khan after she posted an edited photo of him on social media on Saturday.

She tweeted that she was offered to join a party some while back and then wrote the response she gave them. She posted her tweet along with an edited picture.

She tweeted again on the same day in which she referred to Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf and said that she is looking around for someone who could edit her book cover.

The religious scholar—who is one of top clerics of Zimbabwe with more than 3.74 million worldwide followers on the social media platform—Twitter, responded to Reham’s tweet on Twitter, in which he said that he has never visited Pakistan and not even follow the country’ politics but one thing he knows and that is a laser clinic in Cape Town which definitely could solve the issue.

On the other hand, Reham Khan tweeted that her humour was taken in a wrong way. She tried clarifying her earlier tweet by referring to it as a “medical joke”.

Previously, Reham Khan has been issued a legal notice after she made unbelievable revelations regarding her sex life with Imran Khan in her upcoming book.

The book is not yet launched. As per reports the book talks about the married life of Imran Khan and Reham Khan and the inside workings of the party.

The legal notice was sent to her by four people including, cricketer—Wasim Akram, businessman—Syed Zulfikar Bukhari, Reham’s former husband—Ijaz-ur-Rehman and PTI Foreign Media Head—Anila Khawaja. The notice claims that she has defamed them in her autobiography.

The notice provides details regarding some serious accusations that Reham has made regarding Wasim Akram and his deceased first wife.

Sweetman Burke and Sinker—the British law firm that has issued the notice said that they received a copy of the book’s manuscript from an anonymous source. As per the notice, Reham is given fourteen days’ time to fulfil the different conditions for avoiding any further action.

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