Islamabad : Imran Khan's step-son Musa Maneka on Tuesday said that his family has nothing to do with the 'deals' done by Farah Khan link>, who is believed to be a close friend of the caretaker Prime Minister's wife Bushra Bibi and who left Pakistan for Dubai on Sunday amid corruption allegations. Maneka is the younger son of Imran Khan's wife link> Bushra Bibi from her previous marriage. "Farah Khan link> has gone to Dubai to seek residence there. Our family has no link with the alleged deals done by Farah Khan link>," said Maneka, adding, "she (Farah Khan link>) did wrong to Prime Minister Imran Khan and my mother (Bushra Bibi)," Geo News reported. Farah Khan link>, whose real name is reported to be Farah Shahzadi, reached Dubai on April 3. She used an international airline with the number EK623 to reach Dubai and used a Pakistani passport to travel to the country, the report said citing officials, privy to the knowledge. Farah Khan link> had become controversial as estranged Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Aleem Khan and the Opposition had put forward corruption allegations against the friend of the Prime Minister's wife.
Pakistan Prime Minister's aide and former federal Information and Broadcasting Minister Fawad Chaudhry on Wednesday lost his cool and heckled a journalist who asked about corruption allegations against Farah Khan link>. The showdown took place at a press conference outside the Supreme Court today, following which media persons boycotted the meeting that was attended by ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) members Asad Umar, Shahbaz Gill and Ali Muhammad Khan, and demanded an apology from Chaudhry. Earlier a photograph of Farah Khan link> seen on a flight with a handbag that is claimed to costs USD 90,000 link>, had gone viral on social media. According to reports in local Pakistan media, PMLN leader and former finance minister Miftah Ismail alleged that the handbag was worth USD 90,000 link>(Rs16.5 million).