Pakistan | Pakistan: Imran Khan’s wife sends notice to Maryam Nawaz on ‘outrageous’ allegations

Lahore (Pakistan): Bushra Bibi, wife of former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, has sent a legal notice to the ruling PML-N’s top leader Maryam Nawaz, demanding May Day in Lahore. An apology has been demanded for making “derogatory, false, frivolous and defamatory allegations” against him during the speech. Bushra sent a notice to the daughter of three-time prime minister Nawaz Sharif on Thursday. Maryam, in her speech, had accused a person of receiving “five-carat gold rings” as a bribe in exchange for the transfer of a plot of land during Khan’s tenure as prime minister. Also Read The notice states, “Maryam has launched a defamation campaign to defame Bushra Bibi and her family to benefit political opponents of Imran Khan and whom she sees as a criminal.” ” Bushra asked Maryam to withdraw her allegations and apologize within seven days or face court. Responding to the notice, the Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) chief organizer said in a tweet, “Now she (Bushra Bibi) will at least go to court where her theft will be exposed.” (agency)

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