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Tuesday, July 16, 2024

Imran Khan’s victory: Jemima Goldsmith v/s Reham Khan

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As Imran Khan clinched a decisive victory in the General Elections 2018, his ex-wife Reham Khan continues to take the dig at her former husband. Reham Khan in her multiple tweets targeted Imran Khan and his party on 25th July 2018.

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The decisive victory has brightened the chances for Imran Khan to become the next Prime Minister of Pakistan. Reham Khan clearly expressed her ire over the victory of Pakistan Tehreek-I-Insaf.

Reham Khan condemned Imran Khan for violating the secrecy of ballot- a code of conduct of Election Commission of Pakistan. She also criticized Imran Khan for not condemning the deadly Quetta blast, however, it was soon challenged when Imran Khan issued a condemnation tweet over the blast same minute Reham Khan tweeted.

Reham Khan then continued to make several allegations of election engineering and rigging in favor of Imran Khan by agencies and the state institutions of Pakistan. She upheld the narrative that Imran Khan’s victory is the product of manipulation. On the sidelines, she urged people to read her controversial book released a week ago before elections. Reham Khan, later, deleted many of the tweets.

Reham Khan, however, encountered a wildfire of criticism for her continued malicious campaign against Imran Khan and other senior leadership of Pakistan Tehreek-I-Insaf on social media.

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On the other hand, Jemima Goldsmith, the first wife of Imran Khan and the mother of his two sons, congratulated him for his overwhelming victory in the elections. She appreciated the people of Pakistan for supporting Imran Khan.

She stated Imran Khan has achieved his dream of becoming the Prime Minister of Pakistan after the struggle of 22 years. She added that Imran Khan refused to lose hope and kept his spirits high. Jemima Goldsmith expressed her excitement to see the father of her sons’ as the next Prime Minister of Pakistan.