Reham Khan falls too low for cheap publicity in India
KARACHI: Reham Khan has accused PTI of using sex to give out political positions.
In an *interview* <link> with an Indian news channel CNN-News18, the former TV presenter said that her forthcoming book, her autobiography, would also reveal instances of sexual coercion or favours.
"I’ve discussed morality. And I’ve discussed morality in terms of nepotism, meritocracy or the lack of it, I’ve discussed sexual harassment, discussed sexual coercion, and how it is used, how sexual favours are used for political positions," she said when inquired about certain contents of her book.
Refraining from directly accusing the PTI chief, Reham however said that she supposed "people at the top have to take responsibility for what goes on in their household and in their party."
Asked why would not she vote for Imran in the forthcoming elections, she said, "Well they've done nothing in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Of course, it’s a problem across Pakistan but when you vote for someone who pretends to be or professes to be different, you have higher expectations."
The former TV presenter also accused the PTI chief of using religious vote bank to secure votes, adding "If he believed in it, I would have very little to criticise."
Earlier, Reham also said that her upcoming book mentions a BlackBerry phone, claiming that the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf is scared of it.