ISLAMABAD, Pakistan – Former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan is caught in a raging controversy over a leaked audio clip allegedly his intimate conversations with a woman, according to sources.
This came after a Pakistani journalist Syed Ali Haider shared an audio clips on YouTube, shocking the nation months before the general election. Some reports claimed the audio emerged from the Pakistan Prime Minister’s Office.
The viral clips are the latest in a series of alleged leaked conversations ascribed to Imran Khan after his office was toppled in vote of no confidence.
However, Imran Khan’s party Pakistan Tehreek -e-Insaaf (PTI) called the audio clips fake, accursing the current government under Prime Minsiter Shebaz Sharif of using fake videos and audios to target their chief.
“Political opponents of the PTI chairman can’t think beyond creating fake audios and videos,” PTI leader Arslan Khalid was quoted as saying by the NDTV.
In the recordings allegedly of a call between the cricketer-turned-politician and a woman, a man is heard making lewd remarks while pressing for a rendezvous, the report said.
The man, apparently the former Pakistan PM, urges the woman to meet him, but she is reluctant and says she is “sore”.
They discuss meeting the next day, but the man says he will confirm the meeting as his family is supposed to visit.
“I will see if it’s possible as my family and children are coming,” says the voice purportedly of the PTI chief, as quoted by NDTV. “I will try to get their visit delayed. I will let you know tomorrow.”
It is yet to be established that the voice in the clips belongs to Imran Khan, but the former Pakistan PM is being pummeled online.
Post a comment“In the alleged sex call leak, Imran Khan has become Emraan Hashmi,” tweeted Naila Inayat, a journalist, and South Asia correspondent.
Earlier, Ousted Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan warned that his “country is sinking”, announcing Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) governments in Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa provinces will dissolve their assemblies to pave the way for fresh polls.