Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf leader Imran Ismail Thursday debunked a fresh audio leak allegedly involving former First Lady Bushra Bibi, calling it “fake and fabricated”.
In the leak that came to the fore today, Bushra is purportedly instructing PTI leader Zulfi Bukhari to sell the masterpiece Graff watch in possession of former PM Imran Khan.
Reacting strongly to the development, the ex-Sindh governor termed Bushra a “God fearing housewife who has never intervened in political matters throughout.”
Ismail went on to shame the opposition for installing a “deep fake factory,” adding, “This too shall fail.”
Khan’s Toshakhana scandal hit the headlines last month again when Dubai-based businessman Umar Zahoor claimed he was contacted by Bushra’s confidante Farah Khan over the sale of a Rs2 billion masterpiece.
Refuting the claim, Khan had then vowed to take those proliferating such allegations to court world over.
The former first lady made headlines earlier in July after an alleged recording of a conversation wherein she directed Arsalan Khalid, former secretary of the PTI’s social media team, to accuse party opponents of treason surfaced.