Imran Khan was in contact with Bushra three years ago when I was his wife: Reham Khan

She also claimed that the duo got married almost two months ago.

Imran Khan marriage
Imran Khan Marriage. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Former Pakistan cricketer Imran Khan recently tied the knot with Bushra Maneka on February 18 at the brother’s residence of the latter in Lahore. This was his third marriage as his second one with Reham Khan lasted only ten months after divorcing with his first wife Jemima Goldsmith, British socialist, after nine years. However, Reham Khan has claimed now that Imran used to meet Bushra when they had married as well.

Imran Khan made the headlines when the reports of his marriage were doing the rounds in January. Finally, after so many speculations his political party confirmed the news. Bushra is the mother of five children and also is the spiritual adviser of the former cricketer turned politician and someone whose guidance is valued a lot by him.

Reham Khan’s claims

Reham Khan, the second wife of Imran, has claimed that he was in contact with Bushra from last three years during her short-lived marriage with him. “Imran Khan was in contact with Bushra three years ago when I was his wife and he is not the truthful man,” she said in an interview to Times. Also, according to the reports in Express Tribune, Reham had tweeted about the same accusing Imran of meeting Bushra even when she was married to him.

“No, these are the words of those who have been Pir & Mureed. Both confirmed he was taking instructions for the last 3 years. Ex-husband of Pir confirmed it too. I was his wife at the time. #Fact (sic),” Reham said on Tuesday while replying to a tweet. Interestingly, she also went on to say that Imran and Bushra got married almost two months ago and the duo has only revealed the news now.

“I knew they married on January 1, and he revealed it later, this is exactly what he did after marrying me and then announcing after two months,” Reham added.

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