Reham Khan tenders apology to PM’s friend in UK court

The former wife of Prime Minister Imran Khan, Reham Khan, has tendered an unconditional apology in the court of the United Kingdom to PM Imran Khan’s friend for her baseless allegations on social media.

The comments were made against UK-based businessman Anil Mussarat by Reham Khan on her official YouTube channel known as ‘Reham Khan official’.

Reham Khan submitted an unconditional apology and said she has removed the video from the channel which she made last year on 6th December 2019 in which she made a number of comments regarding Mussarat. 

“I am the operator of Youtube channel Reham Khan official and in a video posted on December 6, 2019, I made reference to Aneel Mussarat and I made a number of comments and insinuations regarding Aneel Mussarat.”

In her apology that she had submitted in the court, she has apologized to Mussarat for that video had impacted his business or any charitable causes he supports. She also maintained that she will not be making any further comments about the matter.

“In seeking to made amends, I have removed the video and I wholly retract my comments and apologise to Mr. Mussarat for any damage or harm which may have been caused to Mr. Mussarat, his businesses, or to the charitable causes he supports. I will not be making any further comment about this matter”, the affidavit added.

Earlier, Special Assistant to PM Zulfi Bukhari had sued Reham Khan over allegations. The defamation claim relates to a broadcast by Reham Khan on December 6, 2019, on video streaming site YouTube, regarding the possible sale of the Roosevelt Hotel in Manhattan.

Reham alleged Bukhari had a personal interest in the sale of Roosevelt Hotel in Manhattan owned by the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA). She also tweeted that Pakistan’s national assets were being sold to help people like Bukhari and Aneel Musarrat and called it an act of “robbery.”

 

 

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