Following a 10-month long marriage, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf executive Imran Khan and his wife Reham Khan have chosen to go separate ways.
The PTI boss affirmed his and Reham’s choice to petition for separation by means of twitter on Friday. “This is a difficult time for Reham and me and our families. I would ask for everybody to regard our protection.”
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan and his wife Reham Khan have commonly consented to go separate ways.
“We have settled on the separation,” Reham Khan, who is right now in London, told Geo News.
Imran, 62, wedded 42-year-old Reham Khan, a previous BBC climate host and a separated mother of three, in January this year in a basic service at his Islamabad home.
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Prior in the day, PTI representative Naeemul Haque affirmed that the couple has chosen to separate with common assent. “PTI executive Imran Khan and Reham Khan have chosen to separate by common assent. Because of the sensivity and earnestness of this to a great degree excruciating matter it is asked for that the media ought to abstain from any hypothesis. There will be no further correspondence in this appreciation,” the PTI representative said, by post on the PTI boss’ official Facebook page.