Shireen Mazari rejects report about Imran Khan’s alleged third marriage

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Shireen Mazari on Saturday denounced a report that the party chairman Imran Khan was married for the third time.

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Mazari took to the Twitter and termed the report “ridiculous” and “pathetic”, saying Imran’s “detractors” were fake stories about his marriage after the Supreme Court of Pakistan gave the party leader a clean chit in the disqualification case last year.

Ridiculous! when SC deprives IK's detractors from doing accusatory stories of corruption, they create stories of his "marriage"! Somewhat pathetic too!

— Shireen Mazari (@ShireenMazari1) January 6, 2018

However, she also added that marriage was a personal matter and the PTI chairman could marry anyone if he decides to.

For the record, it is Chairman PTI Imran Khan's personal business and no one else’s, when, with whom and where he decides to marry.

— Shireen Mazari (@ShireenMazari1) January 6, 2018

The PTI leader had to react after a local newspaper reported on Saturday that Imran was allegedly a married man again. The report said that his alleged ‘third wife’ was a spiritual healer from whom the PTI chairman seeks guidance.

Khan married the woman during a secret ceremony on January 1, the report claimed.

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The PTI chief was married twice but neither of his marriages worked out. Imran married Jemima Goldsmith, a British national, in 1995 and ended the relationship with her in 2004. He then married Reham Khan in 2015 but the short relationship ended within just 10 months.


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