Reham Khan’s greatly anticipated book has been at last launched on Amazon, and it rotates around her excursion as a columnist, her marriage with cricketer-turned-lawmaker Imran Khan and the political air in Pakistan. Reham, whose marriage with Imran Khan in 2015 finished following 10 months, expounds on what she portrays as the Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman’s sexual experiences and cocaine addiction.
She asserts her previous spouse isn’t ‘sadiq and amin’ (genuine and honest) in accordance with Constitutional provisions, as he shrouded his third marriage for two months. Reham has stayed at the focal point of discussion after the original copy of her book was released online, incensing a few PTI pioneers who took to Twitter to blame her for being a piece of a “agenda” in front of the July 25 general races.
Prior, Imran Khan recorded a request of to prevent Reham’s collection of memoirs from being distributed in the nation, following which a stay order was issued on the book dispatch. There has been no response yet from Imran Khan.
There is additionally a mention of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the book. Reham depicted how she had given a case of Modi to Imran Khan a few times as a PM who was voted to control in spite of his ‘radical perspectives’. She asked Imran to adopt Modi’s style of politics.
The former BBC journalist insists that the book “is all about my life…the struggles and how I overcame it.”
“After reading my book many women will find a small part of herself too. I hope and pray that all that has happened to me should never happen to anyone,” she says. Reham also says she received death threats for releasing the book. Reham has also talked about the marriage between Jemima Goldsmith and Imran Khan, she asserts that Imran Khan is a puppet in the hands of the Goldsmith family.
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