Ever since Ayesha Gulalai’s issue hit the news, Reham Khan’s name has also come up as some Pakistani Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leaders believe that she is behind the fiasco. Gulalai accused the party chief, Imran Khan, of sending her inappropriate text messages and of being ‘morally corrupt’.
Reham held a press conference this week, in which she denied being behind Gulalai’s harassment allegations.
In a recent incident, PTI MNA Murad Saeed and Khan’s ex-wife and TV presenter Reham Khan became embroiled in an exchange of allegations when Saeed lashed out against Khan for trying to tarnish his party chief’s image.
Saeed said that the motive of Khan’s press conference was just to malign Imran Khan and nothing else. On Reham saying that she was ready to swear upon the Holy Quran that she had nothing to do with Gulalai, Saeed asked if she could take the same testimony as to who she had met at a five-star hotel in Islamabad.
He also said that in the same manner, Reham Khan should also disclose the identity of the person who had provided her with a vehicle to visit Swat and what was the name of the political leader who was supporting her.
Reham took to Twitter to respond to Saeed’s allegations, telling him that she could produce an invoice for the vehicle she had used to visit Swat.
“I am not the one with skeletons in the closet young man,” she snapped back.
“This young man should know why he should not risk his political career by slinging mud at me,” she tweeted.
“This young man should know that I can answer all his questions & others with evidence. The truth will hurt him.”
The TV presenter also hinted at Saeed’s poor performance as a parliamentarian saying that he works at a TV channel five days a week while his constituency suffers.
So far Saeed has not responded to these tweets.