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Reham Khan lambasted FM Qureshi for unintentional slip on Kashmir

Reham Khan’s unstoppable diatribe against PM Khan and his aides continues, as she becomes a repeated target of Indian news channels for hatching controversies against Pakistan and current government

Reham Khan

Reham Khan, former wife of PM Khan slammed Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi for his serious slip of the tongue on the status of Jammu Kashmir during his interaction with international media in the sidelines of United Nations Human Rights Council convention in Geneva.

Shah Mehmood Qureshi’s Faux Pass

Shah Mehmood Qureshi expressed his angst over a month-long clampdown on communication and the imposition of the curfew-like situation in the Jammu and Kashmir. Challenging the assertions of the Indian government of the normalcy in the valley, he accidentally pronounced Jammu Kashmir as ‘Indian state of Jammu Kashmir’. A serious faux pass on behalf of the FM Qureshi created frenzy on social media. A whirlwind of criticism followed his video that went viral on social media.

Reham Khan admonished PM Khan for persistently extending a hand of friendship to Prime Minister Narendra Modi despite the incoming aggressive warmongering attitude from India.

Several PTI inmates countered the dissension calling it an unintentional and an accidental gaffe from FM Qureshi and asked people not to suspect his intentions and determination for Kashmir cause. Federal Minister for Science and Technology Fawad Chaudhry jumped in to defend FM Qureshi describing it a slip of the tongue, and that it can happen by anyone hence, urged people should not read much into the situation and spin unnecessary controversies.

Reham Khan’s Diatribe

Reham Khan, one of the hardest critic of Pakistan Tehreek-I-Insaf leadership rallied on social media and berated Shah Mehmood Qureshi with distasteful remarks. She reprimanded FM Qureshi to concentrate more on his actual work of diplomacy and not on his fake English accent. Adding that his irresponsible gaffe has severely damaged Pakistan’s stance on Kashmir issue globally. She accused them of selling Kashmir to India and ended her tweet with abusing the current PTI leadership.

In one of her recent videos, she accused FM Shah Mehmood Qureshi conspiring to topple Imran Khan and replace him as the Prime Minister of Pakistan.

Read more: Reham Khan at it again: claims PM Khan “sold Kashmir to India”

A few weeks after India’s abrogation of Article 370 and 35-A on Jammu Kashmir, Reham Khan came claimed PM Khan has sold Jammu Kashmir to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. She alleged him of reaching a compromise with PM Narendra Modi on Kashmir in the name of a ‘Kashmir deal’. She slammed PM Khan for a sluggish and indecisive response on Kashmir as a move to please the Indian government. Reham Khan asserted that PM Khan did nothing to thwart PM Modi’s predicted move of revoking Article 370 and 35-A.

What did Reham Khan say?

“I would say that Kashmir ka Sauda ho Gaya hai (Kashmir has been sold off). We were taught from the beginning that ‘Kashmir Banega Pakistan’,” she said in the interview that has gone viral on social media.

Reham said she already knew PM Modi was aiming for it and the day (on Aug 5) the announcement regarding Article 370 was made, one of her team members called her up to say, ‘Ma’am what you said is coming true’.

“What did I tell you in August last year, what the deal would be on Kashmir?”

“Modi did what he had to do; he did what he had come with a mandate to do, to revoke Article 370.”

Reham Khan admonished PM Khan for persistently extending a hand of friendship to Prime Minister Narendra Modi despite the incoming aggressive warmongering attitude from India.

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“But your PM Imran Khan, the day he was to give a policy statement (on Kashmir), he got up to say, ‘I knew he (Modi) was going to do this’; we also knew he (Modi) was going to do this. Imran said ‘I knew this when I met him in Bishkek and he was rude to me’, I knew this when Pulwama happened’.

“When you knew this was going to happen, then why did you extend the hand of friendship (to Modi)? And why were you giving him missed calls?”

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