Former Pakistani premier Imran Khan’s ex-wife, Reham Khan, mocked him on Twitter, suggesting an alternate profession for him as “Kapil Sharma’s sidekick”. Reham replied to a tweet by a Pakistani journalist wherein he had mockingly requested for options for an “alternate profession” for the cricketer-politician. The journalist gave 4 choices – cricket commentator, gymnasium coach, TV or Radio host, and Imam in Madrassah. He had additional written, “I feel Imran Khan might be an incredible wrestler the place he fights the People who allegedly conspired towards him within the ring.”
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Reham Khan has been recognized for her sarcastic feedback on Imran Khan ever for the reason that political disaster started within the nation. Earlier on Thursday, Reham, whereas talking to a Pakistani journalist, had stated that “Imran Khan is proficient on the subject of comedy” and instructed that he might “exchange Congress chief Navjot Singh Sidhu on the Kapil Sharma present.”
“He must be given an opportunity in Bollywood. He’s proficient at comedy. As Paji’s (Navjot Singh Sidhu) place is vacant within the Kapil Sharma Present, he (Imran Khan) can exchange him. He has a very good friendship with Paji and has additionally began poetry,” she is heard saying in a extensively shared video.
Notably, Sidhu had additionally confronted extreme backlash from the ruling occasion after he had addressed Imran Khan as his ‘huge brother’ previously.
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Khan lately lauded India for having an ‘unbiased overseas coverage’. He had stated that “no superpower dares to conspire towards India and nobody can dictate to them.” Then former prime minister Nawaz Sharif’s daughter had taken a dig at him – “Go to India should you prefer it a lot”, she had stated.
Earlier, Reham Khan had termed Imran Khan as “mini trump” and had urged Twitter to take motion towards his inciting tweets throughout the peak of the political disaster in Pakistan.
After a number of weeks of political drama in Pakistan, Imran Khan misplaced the no-confidence vote within the nation’s nationwide meeting on April 9 – regardless of hectic efforts to flee the autumn of his authorities. 174 members out of the 342-member nationwide meeting voted towards him. Shehbaz Sharif was then elected because the prime minister of Pakistan.