Ex wife of PM Imran Khan, Reham Khan reportedly escaped a gun attack

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Ex wife of PM Imran Khan, Reham Khan reportedly escaped a gun attack

ISLAMABAD – Ex-wife of Pakistan’s Prime Minister and journalist Reham Khan reportedly escaped an attack unharmed as she was on his way her way back from her nephew's wedding late Sunday night.

Reham, in a recent tweet, said that she narrowly escaped a gun attack in the country’s federal capital. She said I was returning home from my nephew’s wedding when my vehicle comes under attack as two men on a motorcycle held the vehicle at gunpoint.

“I had just changed vehicles. My personal secretary and driver were in the car,” the former BBC presenter said. She also demanded that the so-called government should be held accountable for it [the attack]”.

Reham, who is a major critic of the premier after the two parted ways after 10 months of marriage, in another tweet shared a picture of a police complaint lodged in Shams Colony Islamabad police station.

The 48-year-old in a recent tweet shared the first information report which was lodged under sections 506, 341, and 511 of PPC.