Cynthia Ritchie doubles down on accusations

Sandra Loyd

— American blog writer exposes more information about encounters with implicated PPP stalwarts

American blog writer Cynthia Ritchie on Sunday doubled down on allegation and declared that she had actually been pestered by numerous politicians throughout her time in Pakistan.

In an interview with a regional news outlet, she exposed detailed of supposed harassment by Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) stalwarts Yousaf Raza Gillani, Makhdoom Shahabuddin and Rehman Malik.

She stated that after Osama bin Laden was eliminated, Malik, who was the interior minister at the time, asked her to go to the minister’s enclave to discuss her visa. Due to the fact that some authorities informed her that “real business is done out of the office”, she added that she concurred.

Cynthia stated that when she went to the minister’s enclave, she was invited with flowers and was used a beverage. “About a drink and a half into my visit, I felt dizzy and the next thing I remember is he getting me to sit down and I was in his bed,” she declared.

She likewise declared that Malik’s motorist assisted her gown up and informed her that they desired her to distance herself from the NGO she was operating in given that it was run by Azam Swati’s child and the political leader had actually just recently signed up with the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI).

She stated that the motorist put 2,000 pounds into the car with her and made her take it with her. She added that the Malik likewise talented her a mobile phone which was utilized to spy on her.

She stated that she was likewise pestered by the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and they took her ‘Emerging Pakistan’ concept.

She even more stated that the Muttahida Qaumi Motion (MQM) had actually been more civil and she has more regard for them than she has for the PPP.

Reacting to a concern, Cynthia rejected working for intelligence companies.

When the job interviewer gotten in touch with Gillani and Shahabuddin, both rejected the claims.

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