KARACHI: Farahnaz Ispahani, wife of embattled Husain Haqqani has rejected the reports attributed to her that she ran away fearing abduction, Geo News reported.
Farahnaz said she didn't give interview to anyone adding that she respected ISI and Army. 'I came here to meet my children and going home soon.'
Britain's Sunday Times quoted Ispahani that she ran away from Pakistan fearing Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) might kidnap her to force her husband, Husain Haqqani, to sign a confession and implicate the president in the memogate scandal.
Christina Lamb, a foreign correspondent for The Sunday Times, who filed story on Pakistan from Washington, is banned from entering Pakistan after being deported from the country in 2001.
Lamb wrote that the memogate scandal involving Husain Haqqani, who is facing trial for treason, was "trumped up".