Published: Sat, June 09, 2018
Global Media | By Abel Hampton

Reham Khan opens up about controversial book contents on Indian TV

Reham Khan opens up about controversial book contents on Indian TV

Khan's former wife Jemima Khan have also come forward and have chose to take Reham Khan to court if book is released in UK.

Reham Khan, a divorced mother-of-three, was a BBC weather presenter.

Reham Khan, the wife of cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan, has stirred a controversy with her yet-to-be-released book.

Ms Khan, on the other hand, has refused to confirm or deny the contents of her book.

The legal notice was sent by four people including her first husband Dr Ijaz Rehman (who has been portrayed in a negative way), Syed Zulfiqar Bukhari, Anila Khawaja and Wasim Akram.

She told India's CNN18 television network the book focused on "sexual coercion and how it is used, how sexual favours are used for political positions, for media positions, and some of them are directly related to PTI". Rumours about Imran's third marriage started circulating early this year, but the cricketer rejected media reports that he had secretly married his spiritual mentor Bushra Maneka on.

Their relationship has been acrimonious ever since, particularly as Reham is expected to bring out her autobiography. How sexual favours are used for political positions, and media positions. She also said that in case Imran Khan becomes the Prime Minister of Pakistan, it would be very risky for the country.

A civil court in Multan, Punjab, has issued a stay order against the book, and a notice to Reham, seeking her reply by June 9.

Hamza took to Twitter on Friday and said that he had the "very unfortunate experience of reading a manuscript of Reham Khan's book".

Goldsmith's warning came soon after Reham's lawyer Yasser Latif Hamdani said the upcoming autobiography is not intended at influencing Pakistan's general election as is being alleged by Imran Khan's Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party.

The Chairman PTI Imran Khan will contest the 2018 general elections from NA-53 Islamabad, NA-35 Bannu, NA-95 Mianwali, NA-131 Lahore and NA-243 Karachi.

"It is seen as acceptable and considered as something I should turn a blind eye to", she said. There were no arguments, no disagreements.

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