Imran Khan's Ex-wife Hilariously Replies To JUI-F Cleric's Comments

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The ex-wife of Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan, Jemima Goldsmith hilariously responded to the cleric's comment that her cousin sister, 'Vicky' on Nov 6

Written By Aanchal Nigam | Mumbai | Updated On:
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The ex-wife of Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan, Jemima Goldsmith hilariously responded to the cleric's comment that her cousin sister, 'Wiki' founded WikiLeaks on November 6. During an interview in a Pakistani news channel, Mufti Kifayatullah, a firebrand cleric of the Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F)  said the Goldsmith's cousin, 'Wiki' is the mastermind behind 'Wikileaks' which is a non-profit organization that publishes news leaks with anonymous sources. However, Jemima Goldsmithlight-heartedly first explaining the cleric's comment to those who do not speak Urdu and amused by the same she further said wait till Kifayatullah finds out about her other cousins, named 'Panama Leaks' and 'Vicky Pedia'

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'All have the same agenda'

The JUI-F cleric had alleged that Imran Khan, Jemima, and the entire Goldsmith family, Henry Kissinger and WikiLeaks are the 'pieces of the same agenda'. According to  Mufti Kifayatullah, they all support the 'Zionist ideology' and act as a 'Zionist tool'. The prominent JUI-F leader has been arrested for his provocative statements on October 27  which were also a day after their party began the 'Azadi March' along with other parties in opposition to topple the Imran Khan government. However,  the cleric has been released on bail which was granted by Peshawar High Court after a few days. WikiLeaks was founded by Julian Assange in 2006 and has published nearly ten million documents along with associated analyses.

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Azadi March

The Opposition parties of the Imran Khan government called a protest march called 'Azadi March' on October 31. The rally will be lead by Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (JUI-F) chief Fazlur Rehman, the right-wing politician. Other major political parties including Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz of former prime minister Nawaz Sharif who is currently in jail and the Pakistan Peoples Party of former president Asif Ali Zardari. 

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The JUI-F workers will also go to Islamabad for the protest and have been asked to bring nearly 3,000 workers each from their own cities to take part in the protest. The opposition accuses that Imran Khan's government has come into power through rigged elections and will also be responsible for lakhs of people participating in the streets. Reportedly, the Azadi March will also outnumber the '2014 dharna' arranged by Tehreek-e-Insaf and the government officials were also planning to call in the Pakistani army for support in Islamabad. 

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(With ANI inputs)

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