CHARSADDA –  Reham Khan, former wife of PTI chief Imran Khan, on Thursday accused Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) of launching a campaign to ‘disgrace mothers and sisters’ of opponents ignoring all norms of decency.

On the other hand, all other parties gave due respect and regard to women, she said talking to newsmen after condoling with the family of Captain Roohullah, who was martyred in Police Training Centre Quetta attack.

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Reham Khan alleged that she was targeted by the ‘conspirators’ in PTI when she was in Bani Gala.

The TV journalist rejected the allegation of PTI leaders that she was working in collusion with the PML-N to fail their November 2 sit-in.

She said the performance of PTI-led government in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa was at the lowest ebb. Parents were reluctant to send their wards to schools after the Army Public School tragedy in 2014, she added.

Reham Khan regretted political point scoring by certain leaders on the Quetta attack. At the time when the situation at eastern and western borders was tense, besides continued Indian atrocities on the people of occupied Kashmir, politicians should realize their national obligations, she added.