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Came to Pakistan for work, not to meet anyone: Reham Khan

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Reham Khan on Thursday has said that she did not came to Pakistan to hold meeting with any political leader but with her own piece of work.

The television anchor talked to the media at Allama Iqbal International Airport after she returned from Britain today.
Reham said that she hails from Pathan roots and knows how to respond to hostility. None could harm her, she added.

She lashed out at the certain factions and said that Pakistanis are used to silencing a woman with foul language. She said that she would not sit quiet when her children are being attacked on media. If one is innocent and people lash out at her for no reason, she should not sit back, she added.

While answering a question, Reham said that she already has taken Imran Khan’s “interview” and is not in Pakistan to meet anyone.

The former BBC weather girl challenged the critics to support their accusations and criticism with proofs. She also said that Faisal Wada’s family was always welcoming to her however, she denied taking funds for any purpose from him.

Reports that surfaced recently suggest that Reham’s son had entered an argument with her former husband, the PTI chief. Reham had supported her son on his actions instead of telling him off for his impoliteness.

Upon objection from Imran on his wife’s actions, the argument escalated and Imran left the room apparently irked by the event. Since the argument, the PTI chairman had refused to talk to his wife.

On another note, Reham had left for London despite her husband’s advice on not to do so.

Sources say that the PTI chief had made every attempt to save his marriage however Reham’s impolite behaviour had worsened the situation.

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