No alliance with PML-N, PPP in presence of corrupt leaders: Imran

Imran Khan speaks during a press conference to present the party's manifesto for the forthcoming election. —AP

Imran Khan speaks during a press conference to present the party's manifesto for the forthcoming election. —AP

THE BOOK that Pakistan was waiting for is finally out. He is likely to get in trouble now as his ex-wife Reham Khan has claimed that he has five illegitimate children and few of them are Indians in her new book titled by her name.

How this book will affect Imran's prospects is not clear.

The PML-N faces a challenge from cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan, whose Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (Movement for Justice, or PTI) party is seen as receiving the biggest boost from any attempt to manipulate the vote against the ruling party.

From Imran's eating habits to his purported sexuality, the self-published book stops at nothing.

He asked the authorities to take action against the PTI candidates for initiating development project work in PK-28 constituency. It was Imran's dogged pursuit of the Panama Papers leak that led to Nawaz's disqualification and conviction.

Reham wrote about her conversation with Imran regarding Tyrian White, his alleged daughter with Sita White.

"I think the longer the USA troops stay there, the less the chance of there being a political settlement", Khan said.


After they were married secretly six months before a publicly announced wedding in 2015, Reham claims, Imran told her that he had "5 in total" illegitimate children, and that "some were Indians" and the eldest of them was 34 years old.

"Only Jemima does. I told her", he replied nonchalantly. But according to Reham, she made enquiries and found it was the other way round. "This will ruin it", said Asmat Malik, a PTI party worker protesting against electables outside Khan's home near Islamabad.

According to her, Imran used a mouth guard to stop his teeth from clenching due to the effects of cocaine, which he used regularly, along with heroin, and all sorts of tranquillisers, including benzodiazepines like Xanax and Lexotanil and also the banned Rohypnol, also known as the "date rape" drug. "It wasn't a pleasant experience", the former TV presenter said when again asked about her mistake comment.

"Well, because they were all married and they didn't want their marriages to be destroyed", Imran said.

Her autobiography had courted controversy even before it was released today, with many, including Pakistani cricketer Wasim Akram and Imran's former wife Jamima taking the legal course. "Nawaz will be controlled, and so will you".

'We will accept anyone elected by the people as their prime minister.

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