Ayyan Ali is back with a bang, blasts Imran Khan for using her name to boost his TV ratings

By: News Desk
Published: 02:36 PM, 15 May, 2022
Ayyan Ali is back with a bang, blasts Imran Khan for using her name to boost his TV ratings
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Back in the news after many years, Pakistani supermodel Ayyan Ali has slammed PTI Chairman and former prime minister Imran Khan for highlighting a money laundering case she was named in.

The hot Ayyan Ali lost her cool and labelled Imran Khan "a liar" who used her name to boost his TV ratings and stay relevant. She, however, promised to expose the PTI chairman.

Imran Khan addressed a public rally in Attock on May 12 and he in his speech spoke of Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) officer, Dr Muhammad Rizwan, praising him for standing up to the "mafia". His speech progressed to talk of investigation officers getting killed and that's when he brought up the now-closed case involving Ayyan Ali, claiming the officer investigating her had met the same fate.

In her response, the supermodel posted a 12-tweet thread lashing out at Imran Khan. She called his statements "false accusations" used to pump up his TV ratings because he couldn't do that on his "accomplishments" alone. 

"Two habits you will not quit until your last breath — first, gaining TRP using my name (because earning and eating on your own is not your nature). Second, lying (because you haven't learnt speaking the truth). You remained prime minister for four years, even then your speech is incomplete without casting false accusations at me. Just as it was before," Ayyan Ali wrote.

"Even today you need me to stay relevant. It is a damning indictment of your rule. If your own accomplishments could speak for themselves, they would — you shouldn't be lying, using my name at this old age. You were prime minister for four years, even during that period I was acquitted in false cases because I was truthful and you were and are a liar," she added, attaching a screenshot of an article discussing her winning the 'fake' money laundering case. 

"Additionally, every person named in the court document is alive, perhaps you can't read it because of your third division or your addiction. This is why you narrate Alif Laila's stories. The man who was killed was Inspector Aijaz [may Allah forgive him]. There is no relevance to my case at all. This was proved in the high court."

Ayyan Ali said she fought the case in several courts — the sessions court, anti-terrorism court, the high court and the Supreme Court — everywhere her innocence was proved and the apex court had acquitted her in the case.