British-Pakistani journalist and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan’s ex wife Reham Khan has made a stunning claim in her autobiography which was released online on Thursday. In the newly-released book, Khan has claimed that the former cricketer, who is contesting for the Prime Ministerial post in the upcoming Pakistan general elections, has five illegitimate children and five of them are Indian citizens.
Reham's book which had made the headlines even before its release, reveals the incident when the PTI chairman admitted to Reham that he has five illegitimate children. In the controversial book, Reham has claimed that after her wedding with Imran Khan in 2015, he spoke about Tyrian White (Imran’s daughter with late American heiress Sita White).
As per the book, during the said conversation, Imran revealed that he has five illegitimate children and some of them are Indians. In the course of conversation, Imran also allegedly told her that the eldest of them was 34. As claimed in the book, when Reham prodded him further as to why the mothers of the children never came out, the candidate for the Prime Minister of Pakistan said all of them were married and didn’t want their marriages to be destroyed.
Reham Khan’s autobiography has making headlines even before its release owing to its controversial content. Earlier, she sparked a massive row with her explosive claim stating that the PTI chief is homosexual and has had relationships with Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) members. Reham, who allegedly made these revelations in her upcoming autobiography, revealed that Imran, Pakistani actor Hamza Ali Abbasi and PTI member Murad Saeed are homosexuals and were in a relationship.
As per reports, Reham had also claimed that Wasim Akram used to carry out his sexual fantasies with the help of his late wife. As mentioned previously, she even accused Imran of having sexual relations with his fellow political party member, Murad Saeed.
Reham had earlier accused Imran of sexually harassing her before their marriage. As per her statements, the incident took place when they met for the second time and went for a walk.
Meanwhile, gearing up for the upcoming Pakistan general elections, Imran Khan recently unveiled his party's manifesto for the upcoming general election promising to create 10 million jobs and build 5 million cheap housing units. Khan launched the manifesto titled 'The Road to Naya Pakistan' with the promise to build a new Pakistan as a model Islamic welfare state.
While unveiling the manifesto, Khan said there will be zero tolerance in the country for corruption and announced he would make the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) autonomous to pursue all cases of corruption. He also said his party on winning the election will introduce educational reforms in schools, religious seminaries and vocational centres.