LONDON: Imran Khan’s ex-wife Reham Khan has “thanked” Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) for what she termed “free publicity of her upcoming book”, ARY News reported.
Speaking exclusively to ARY News on Tuesday, Reham Khan said that though she is not answerable to anyone before her book is released but she is happy for PTI is giving her biography a lot of “free publicity”.
“There is a lot of hue and cry about my book but the interesting thing is that all this is raised by PTI, not me, and I just can’t understand that it is this party which is afraid of the book (release) but is giving it all the free publicity,” said Reham Khan.
About her worst critic Hamza Ali Abbasi, she said that the PTI loyalist is angry because he has not been named in the book.
“I will just address his sole grievance and will name him (in the book),” quipped the former BBC weather girl.
About the possibility of some “objectionable content in her book”, Reham said that they (PTI leaders) shouldn’t dread her book if they haven’t done anything wrong.
It is pertinent to note here that Reham Khan is expected to release her biography before July 25 general elections and the book is expected to contain some revelations about PTI and its chief Imran Khan.
Reham married Imran Khan in January 2015 in a ceremony at PTI chief’s Islamabad home, but was divorced ten months later.
The hype surrounding her book release got an unexpected boost when on June 3, claimed on Twitter that he has read a manuscript of the book and it portrays PTI chief as an evil man.
Hours later, PTI spokesman Fawad Chaudhry said that the book is “exercise to demolish only and real opposition” PTI.
Both Hamza and Fawad claim that the book contains “lies” and “defamatory content”, not only about PTI leaders but some other people related to Reham in the past.