Pakistan's Islamabad, November 17 (ANI): Imran Khan, the leader of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and a former prime minister, said on Wednesday that he would sue Pakistani channel "Geo News," its anchor Shahzaib Khanzada, and a businessman from Dubai named Umar Farooq Zahoor for making unfounded accusations that he had sold a pricey watch that he had purchased from Toshakhana.
The news comes a day after businessman Umar Farooq Zahoor alleged that Farah Khan, a close friend of Bushra Bibi, Khan's wife, met with him in Dubai and offered to sell him the pricey Graff wristwatch that Imran Khan had received as a gift from the Saudi Crown Prince.
Imran Khan stated on Twitter, as reported by ARY News, "It's enough already. Yesterday, I was defamed by Geo and Khanzada with the help of Handlers thanks to a false report concocted by an internationally wanted fraudster."
Following the charges, the former prime minister added that he had spoken to attorneys and intended to file lawsuits against Geo, Shahzaib Khanzada, and the fraudster not only in Pakistan but also in the UK and the United Arab Emirates.