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Reham Khan slams govt. for imposing restrictions on Maryam Nawaz’s Diet Coke

Reham Khan who is the former wife of Prime Minister Imran Khan has criticized the government for imposing restrictions on Maryam Nawaz’s Diet Coke.

During a video statement, she could be heard saying, “The Sharif family is a very resilient family. Your leader cannot spend even a single day in jail. Today you have stopped Maryam Nawaz from drinking Diet Coke. It would be very difficult if your leader is stopped from consuming Coke in jail.”

She explained that “You have placed restrictions on her Diet Coke today. Tomorrow if you have to spend a day in jail, you may not be served any Coke, Pepsi or Seven-up.”

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Pm Imran Khan’s dharna

She was also seen giving her statement over Pm Imran Khan’s dharna which was conducted in 2014. She said that Karma is always following you. You have arranged a dharna and nothing happened while Maulana Fazlur Rehman’s dharna has united the opposition parties.

“Things happened the same way (in 2014). There was a dharna after one year; this time Maulana Fazlur Rehman is saying the same things—’There will be a shutter down, a lockdown.’ We had heard all this in 2014.”

“The betrayal and disloyalty that you have carried out with people, the same is happening (with you now). The same people, with whom you formed your small majority, are threatening you. They are not Reham Khan,” she said with a cunning smile.

She also referred to Pervaiz Elahi who has also given his verdict against PM Imran Khan.

She stated that “Pervaiz Elahi was a very seasoned and much bigger political player and that he has given his verdict.”

She went on saying that “Your allies are also going to leave you. Ch. Pervaiz Elahi was advising you to let Nawaz go abroad but you did not respond. You were disloyal to others in the past and now your people are going to be unfaithful to you.”

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