LONDON, Pakistan: Pakistan’s prime minister-designate’s ex-wife Reham Khan has been facing a lot of backlash ever since she published controversial biography, in which she called Imran Khan a massive drug attacked and launched a number of personal attacks on his family and others.
While supporters have commended Reham for what they called her courage to speak up, opponents have accused her of indulging in character assassination of her former husband.
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The former weather-girl has always been active on Twitter, but ever since Imran Khan’s victory in July 25 election, Reham Khan has intensified her regular attacks on Imran Khan’s personal and political life.
She has, on a number of occasions, criticized the Imran’s party Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and retweeted a large number of Twitter posts targeting the party, drawing series of accusations from Imran Khan’s supporters.
In a recent episode, the former TV presenter was recently tagged with a photo of newspaper report in which she reportedly praised Imran Khan as the “best ex-husband”.
She dismissed the report as fake only to be tagged with an old tweet of her in which she said “Why have we only produced one Imran Khan in 67 years in Pakistan? #Onehero.”
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Instead of dismissing it as fake, she went on to defend her statement and said Pakistan as a nation is a collective failure.
“We have individual success & that too very few who make it big. Pakistan as a nation is a collective failure. Malala should be a greater Hero but Pakistanis labelled a brave child a spy. She had to leave. A man who was a great cricketer had crores of investment in him for years”
We have individual success & that too very few who make it big. Pakistan as a nation is a collective failure. Malala should be a greater Hero but Pakistanis labelled a brave child a spy. She had to leave. A man who was a great cricketer had crores of investment in him for years. https://t.co/5aIMxVYjfX
— Reham Khan (@RehamKhan1) August 12, 2018