Murad Saeed accuses Reham Khan of political affiliation amid plethora of questions

  • Reham should disclose whom she met repeatedly at Serena Hotel: Murad Saeed
  • The truth will hurt Murad Saeed as i have got all the evidence: Reham Khan
Pakistan

ISLAMABAD – Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf leader Murad Saeed accused the former wife of Imran Khan, Reham Khan of political affiliation on Monday asking her a barrage of questions.

Murad Saeed, known for his emotional temperament, asked Reham Khan about the owner of the vehicle she used during her Swat tour.

The lawmaker questioned whom the renowned journalist met at Serena Hotel Islamabad.

‘I ask Reham Khan to disclose whom she met at the hotel by swearing upon Holy Quran’ said Murad Saeed.

The politician inquired about the support of an assistant of a political leader to the former wife of cricketer-turned-politician.

‘Would Reham Khan dare to refute her links with Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz and Ameer Muqam?’ asked Murad Saeed.

He expressed that it was the latest bid aimed at character assassination of Imran Khan after the disqualification of Nawaz Sharif as prime minister by the five-member bench of the Supreme Court.

The legislator also inquired about the political personality who, in his opinion arranged a dinner for Reham Khan.

Soon after Murad’s allegations, Reham Khan took to Twiter and claimed to provide evidence to substantiate her claims.

‘The truth will hurt him’ said Reham Khan.

Reham tweeted that the ‘young man’ should not risk his political career by slinging mud at her.

It bears mentioning that after a tirade of allegations by disgruntled PTI’s legislator Ayesha Gulalai, Reham Khan claimed that she was having no link with her.

Addressing a press conference on Sunday, She said, “I am not in contact with former PTI leader and MNA Aisha Gulalai nor did I meet Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Amir Muqam”.

Reham said she is not among the “backstabbers” and is not “answerable” to anyone.

Defaming anyone is not in our tradition, she added.