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The advocate general said the prime minister was of the view that no one was above the law and the state would not show any weakness if anybody, irrespective of his status, took law into his own hands. Murad to act against Reham Thanks for exposing the political elite of Pakistan. To me it seemed like a sequel to My Feudal Lord by Tehmina Durrani who was brave enough to come out and expose the pious political elite of 1970’s. Shamefully all Pakistan media could talk about from this book was Imran’s sexual encounters and drug addiction. Completely ignoring the corruption element and party’s funding sources which are of far greater concern to the country if this guy is ever to become Pakistan’s PM. This is clear footage of #MohsinBaig holding an FIA officer hostage, assaulting that officer & then opening direct fire at other LEAs. This is terrorism. These is no way to spin it. Reham called Imran Khan a free-loader as he never bought any vegetables. Instead, he got them free from political colleagues like Jahangir Khan Tareen and Tariq Fazal Chaudhary.   Other allegations revolve around corruption of Pervez Khattak and privatization scheme of Asad Umar in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.  She also alleged that Khattak used marijuana. 
Great book, no holds barred. Tells like it is. Hate her or love her but you have to admire her guts to write a book like this. I am sure the troll army will go to any extent to harass her and threaten her and her family.Reham Khan also goes on to write that Imran regretted marrying Jemima. “You know, I cried on the night of our wedding reception when I got married to Jemima…Jemima had a few drinks at the reception, and passed out. I cried myself to sleep,” Reham quotes Imran as allegedly saying. Further, the book also claims that Jemima had a bad temper and that Imran used to physically abuse her. Israeli forces advance on Gaza City, the United Auto Workers and GM reach a deal to end strike, and more When questioned about Khan’s ‘favouritism’ towards Saeed in a TV debate, Baig is said to have answered with a reference to the book by the prime ministers’ former wife, Reham Khan, where she claimed both politicians shared a romantic relationship.
During the LUMS Visit, Interim Prime Minister PM Kakar was grilled by “angry Youth” Concerning his Policies Not even going to bother delving into all that she says about IK. The only thing genuine about this book and her seems to be the love she has for her children, but even that is constantly concluded with all the sacrifices she's made for them. A must read sociological treatise for our part of the world, predecsessors for which include books such as ˋThe Punjabi Century´ by Tandon & The Roy Family in Bengali. This book is partly a hagiography of the author and her extended family, and partly an autobiography of her famous ex—husband Imran Khan. When quizzed about it, Imran said the lubricant and the metal cases were used together. “His ‘preferences’ became clear. My look of horror produced peals of laughter from my sexually liberated husband,” she writes. She also denied that the timing of the book release has anything to do with the upcoming elections. “Firstly, we do not know if the elections will take place at all this year. Secondly, it took me a while to put down painful memories on paper,” she told the newspaper in March, prior to the announcement that the vote would be held on 25 July.The book further claims that Imran had made it clear “that he would not allow anyone to raise the issues of corruption of Chief Minister Pervez Khattak, the monetary benefits JKT received under his government, or even Asad Omar's newly introduced disastrous PEDO.” The freedom of media in Pakistan is something that has been debated upon by many. In her book, Reham claims that her former husband had influence of several leading media houses in the country. Even in the organisations that he boycotted, there were “plants” who served as pro-PTI voices. His “friends” in the media include Tahir A Khan of News One to Zafar Siddiqui of Samaa, the book claimed. The miracle of Reham’s story is that, throughout it all, this housewife-turned-journalist-turned-social-activist has managed to balance her work with her primary role of being a mother. She shows us the challenges that a woman can overcome when she wants more from life than tradition expects of her. Reham Khan was born in Libya in the 1970s to an educated, affluent Pakistani-origin family. Her eventful life took her from Gaddafi's Libya to the Zia years in Pakistan and thence to England as a teenage bride before she returned to Pakistan in her 40s. It’s a life of extraordinary both a brutal marriage and domestic abuse, but also the rebuilding of a life, the raising of three children and subsequent media success. And in recent years the contrasts have Reham has built a successful career as a broadcast journalist and anchor, and has established herself as a powerful media force in the UK and Pakistan - but also, after years of struggle, she now finds herself in the midst of a complex web of politics, deceit and intrigue. Further, she also writes about how Imran never paid heed to several claims of corruption in the system. One such instance was when PTI leader Azam Swati was accused of nepotism in over 500 applications in Hazara University.
Really, she paints a picture of a world that seems more and more like some distant planet I've never heard of.The way the author refers to herself is actually very annoying. In addition to using the pronoun 'I', she will suddenly start calling herself 'This young Western journalist in a blue tailored suit', or 'this teenager'. It's very disruptive to the narrative. I thought that if people could lie about me, why would they not lie about issues where there was a lot more at stake?” A small man who is scared of the big bad world needs to feel he is big and powerful at home. Conversely, strong men can afford to whisper gently and smile at the women they love.”
In the entire story you have praised yourself to the extent that it gets really funny. Calling your face as 100 watt bulb, your teeth amazing, breath always fresh , most beautiful smile, best adviser, best conversationalist, your ex husbands always insecure of your beauty, your assumption that every other man fancies you, your exceptional table manners, your tall slim figure and list goes on.... Reader start to predict when you are going to praise yourself! your your Entire book is full of contradicting views and flawed ideas! In first part of book , you have potrayed your ex husband as a monster with literally no qualities . Yet you admit he was the one who taught you how to drive( even being worst instructer) and he got you into BBC talent hunt and drove all the way for audition! It is hard to believe this for a man who does not spend money on your basic needs, treats you worse than a slave, body shames you in bed and insecure about your beauty and confidence. Its hard to believe many of your first husband stories considering he was consultant psychiatrist! However, in a separate interview with German newspaper Deutsche Welle, Khan’s ex said the memoir was not exclusively focused on the politician. She explained: “The book tells the story of my life, my experiences, and my journey through different continents, different cultures. My marriages are a part of my life and so have been included in the book. It is an honest account.” This story touches on sensitive issues, both political and social, and the author has had to resist extreme bullying, harassment and life-threatening situations to bring it to you. There are powerful people who do not want you to hear it – because it shows all too clearly that there are those in political office in Pakistan, and all over the world, who are not driven by a desire to serve the public but rather by venal ambition.Later, Imran Khan said in an interview that his marriage with Reham was his biggest mistake.  Reham denies that there are any cases filed against her by saying that those are just social media threats.  didn't find much sympathy. She had to get even,and so she wrote this book,nicely timed to be released just before the election which brought Imran to power in 2018. Murad Saeed also clarified that in his complaint he had only referred to the television show during which the remarks were made and requested for legal action. It’s simple really: Children who are loved and raised with honesty will learn to love honestly. Children who are brought up on fears and lies will only learn to fear everything and be dishonest.”