Imran Khan In “Sex Call” Row, Party Says Viral Audio Clips “Fake”

Imran Khan on 'Sex Call' row, party says viral audio clips are 'fake'

Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek -e-Insaaf party has termed the audio as fake

New Delhi:

Imran Khan, the former prime minister of Pakistan, is embroiled in a raging controversy over an audio clip of his alleged intimate conversations with a woman.

An audio clip shared on YouTube by Pakistani journalist Syed Ali Haider has shocked the nation a month before the general elections. Some reports claim that the audio came from the office of the Prime Minister of Pakistan.

The clips, which have gone viral, are the latest in a series of alleged conversations attributed to Imran Khan after he lost power earlier this year.

Imran Khan’s party Pakistan Tehreek -e-Insaaf (PTI) has termed the audio clips as fake and accused the government of using fake videos and audios targeting its leader.

“Political opponents of the PTI chairman cannot think beyond creating fake audios and videos,” PTI leader Arslan Khalid said.

In recordings of a call between the cricketer-turned-politician and a woman, a man can be heard uttering obscenities as he presses her for an appointment.

The man, apparently the former prime minister of Pakistan, asks the woman to meet her, but she is reluctant and says she is “hurt”.

They discuss the meeting the next day, but the man says he will confirm the meeting as he has to visit his family. “I will see if it is possible as my family and children come. I will try to postpone their visit. I will let you know tomorrow,” the voice of the PTI leader purportedly says.

It has not yet been determined that the voice in the clips belongs to Imran Khan, but the former Prime Minister of Pakistan is being slammed online.

“In alleged sex-call leak, Imran Khan has become Emraan Hashmi,” tweeted journalist and South Asia correspondent Naila Inayat.

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