Wasim Akram ex-husband among others send notice to Reham Khan
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Wasim Akram ex-husband among others send notice to Reham Khan

Wasim Akram ex-husband among others sends notice to Reham Khan. The Imran Khan’s ex-wife Reham Khan has been served a legal notice by her 1st husband, a cricket legend, a British man of affairs, and a PTI official over the contents of her approaching book.

Wasim Akram ex-husband among others send notice to Reham Khan

The journalist’s tell-all biography reportedly includes details of her interactions with numerous celebrities and her wedding with Imran. a number of those details apparently crossed a line for man of affairs Zulfikar Bukhari, Reham’s 1sthusband Ijaz Rehman, athlete Wasim Akram, and PTI International Media organizer Anila Khawaja.

The notice issued by British house Sweetman Burke associated Sinker on could thirty says that every one of them received copies of the manuscript for her book from an anonymous supply. The book contains “a litany of malicious, false, incorrect, extremely dishonest, callous, wanton, tortious, detrimental, damaging, libelous, and calumnious imputations” directed towards the filers.

PTI UPS Hostility to Reham’s Book a Notch

It conjointly says that actor Hamza Ali Abbasi, former MNAs Murad Saeed and Asad Umer, Former K-P chief minister Pervez Khattak, legislator Mohsin Aziz, PTI social media team member Umer Farooq, important person Yousaf Salahuddin, and Zakir Khan might approach her on an individual basis with legal notices in Asian country because of territorial aspects.

The point-by-point details embody “defamatory imputations” towards Bukhari, WHO is defendant within the manuscript of arrangement AN abortion for a young lady allegedly fertilized by Imran.

Accusations of Rehman’s violence and cruelty towards Reham also are mentioned. The notice refers to a contradiction inside the book concerning the timeline of once the alleged violent conduct began – throughout the wedding or when the birth of their initial kid.

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