New Delhi: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’s ex-wife attacked him at alleged gunpoint on Monday, January 3, 2022. In 2015, cricketer-turned-politician Reham Khan claimed that her car was fired upon and her vehicle was kept ‘at gunpoint’. On Twitter, he said that on my way back from my nephew’s wedding, my car was shot and two men on a motorcycle at gunpoint!! I had just changed vehicles. My PS and driver were in the car. Is this Imran Khan’s Naya Pakistan? Welcome to the kingdom of cowards, thugs and greedy people!! ( attack on pm )
I choose to live & die like the average Pakistani in Pakistan. Whether it was a cowardly targeted attack or just the state of lawlessness on the main highway of the twin cities…this so called government should be held accountable for it! For my homeland I can take a bullet! https://t.co/d3J5mj8xVc
— Reham Khan (@RehamKhan1) January 2, 2022
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chooses to live and die like a Pakistani
Reham further said that I choose to live and die in Pakistan like the average Pakistani. Be it a cowardly targeted attack or just a state of chaos on the main highway of the Twin Cities… this so called government must be held accountable! For my motherland I can take a bullet! In a follow-up tweet this morning, Reham, a political activist, alleged that an FIR has still not been registered at the Shams Colony police station in Pakistan’s capital Islamabad. Since getting divorced in 2015, the 48-year-old Imran Khan’s wife is often seen publicly criticizing her ex-husband and often criticized for his style of governance.
It’s 9 am
My PS & team has not had a minute of sleep & the FIR still has not been registered in Shams Colony Police Station Islamabad. Investigation is ongoing. Waiting for a copy of the FIR.
— Reham Khan (@RehamKhan1) January 3, 2022
Voted for PTI in 2018 elections (attack on pm)
Meanwhile, a recent survey has found that 55% of Pakistanis have declared the performance of the Imran Khan-led Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government as equal, 13% more than 32%. It has found it as per its expectations. The survey conducted by Ipsos showed that 46 per cent of the disappointed people said that they had voted for PTI in the 2018 elections. People said that even the provincial governments and opposition parties did not live up to their expectations during the last three years. In addition, three out of five Pakistanis said they were disappointed with the performance of the provincial government. ( attack on pm )