Reports Surface Of Differences Between Pakistan PM Imran Khan Wife Bushra Bibi Close Friend Denied



Imran Khan Wife Bushra Bibi: A close friend has denied reports of deteriorating relations between Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan and his third wife. Farah Khan, a close friend of Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan’s wife Bushra Bibi, has vehemently refuted reports that the two have soured and Bushra has moved to Lahore. Express Tribune has given this information.

It has also been said in the reports that Imran Khan has changed the entire staff of the house. He has also changed the gardener, cook and driver of the house. Imran Khan’s first marriage was to Jemima Goldsmith. Both got married in 1995. They got divorced in the year 2004. After 11 years, Imran Khan married Reham Khan. This relationship also did not last long and both of them got divorced within 8 months. After this Imran married Bushra.

On Sunday, Farah said on Twitter, Bushra Bibi is staying at PM Imran Khan’s residence in Islamabad. It was said in the reports that Bushra is living in Farah Khan’s house. According to reports, he said, rumors are being spread about the couple. Farah said, one should not stoop so low in politics that one has to indulge in lying about the personal life of the people.

When Imran Khan’s wife Bushra goes to any public welfare scheme, hospital or shelter home, Farah stays with them. In his surprise visit to the shelter homes, Bushra met the destitute and assured them that good food and facilities would be provided to them. He instructed the management that the level of facilities should be further improved. Talking to one of the occupants of the shelter home last year, he had said that the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf government has provided shelter to the homeless. He had also said that the government is committed to giving people their rights.

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