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Who are Imran Khan's illegitimate children in India? More Reham Khan revelations

PTI leaders display copies of their party's manifesto. —AFP PTI leaders display copies of their party's manifesto. —AFP
Deanna Wagner | 14 July, 2018, 02:14

On Imran's illegitimate Indian children During the conversation about Tyrian, Reham claims Imran said, "You know she isn't the only one I have..."

Pakistan's counter-terrorism agency has warned that senior leaders of various political parties, including Imran Khan, could be targeted by terrorists during campaign rallies for the July 25 elections. It's hard to imagine a more abject surrender of the high ground than "actually, I got nothin' but this gun to shoot you with".

Reham further claimed that Imran's first wife, Jemima Goldsmith, was also aware of the "illegitimate" children. There has been no reaction yet from Imran Khan or any of his rivals to the book, although the contents are enjoying an outing in all Pakistani media.

"I have held my hands up and said that this intelligence I don't have".

"Uzma Kardar was not only in the habit of regularly sending him images of her genitalia but would force her way in to stand or sit next to him, even in my presence", Reham's book reads. The eldest is 34 now.

A shorter pirated PDF version of the book that totals to 365 pages started doing the rounds on the internet soon after Reham announced her book's Amazon release.

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She revealed instances of rampant sexual coercion and use of sexual favours for political gains within the ranks of Tehreek-e-Insaf, including some that directly relate to Imran Khan.

"I think the longer the USA troops stay there, the less the chance of there being a political settlement", Khan said. Reham said that she had received death threats regarding releasing her upcoming book. She was overjoyed, promised to keep it a secret, and begged to keep it. I fired at him. I asked, still reeling.

The book describes in detail how Imran rubbed "black dal" all over his body because he had been advised to do that by a "pir", and how the drawers in his Bani Gala residence in Islamabad were full of amulets and other "voodoo" stuff.

About others, Imran said, "They were all married and they didn't want their marriages to be destroyed".

On one side people are constructing huge buildings overseas while on the other side people are dying due to hunger, intake of contaminated water and lack of proper health care facilities, he said. The lions were roaring back, louder than ever before. "I hope and pray that all that has happened to me should never happen to anyone", Reham added. The maligning tactics had failed.