Islamabad (Pakistan): Reham Khan, the ex-wife of Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has revealed that the Pakistan government has been mounted forced abductions of the Sindhi social activist and nationalists. Commenting on a video posted by Baloch Republican Party spokesman Sher Muhammad Bugti on Twitter, Khan explicitly said about the disappearances in Pakistan's Sindh province.
She said, “The abduction of Sindhi social activists and Sindhi nationalists is a grave injustice. They should be treated as per the constitution and law of the state. The families of these disappeared people need closure as to whether they are alive or dead.” Reham Khan is a Libyan-born British Pakistani journalist, who is often scoffed at in Pakistan for spilling beans about the country.
She married Imran Khan in 2015 but the couple divorced within a year of their marriage. Her recently released biography whipped up a political storm in Pakistan.
In the book, she wrote in detail about the behind-the-scenes political atmosphere of Pakistan.