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Bushra Maneka, currently known as Bushra Bibi or Bushra Imran, is a first lady and the third wife of Prime Minister Imran Khan. She got married to him 6 months before the 2018 General Elections when Imran Khan was made the PM of Pakistan. Bushra married Imran after being divorced by her first husband, Khawar Fareed Maneka, a senior Customs officer.

Bushra and Imran both met in 2015 in Pakpattan on Baba Farid’s Shrine. She has always shown complete faith in Imran Khan and doesn’t involve in political and social gatherings. This article contains every detail about her, including Bushra Maneka Biography.

TitleDescriptionPersonalName:Bushra ManekaIn Urdu:بشری منیکاFamous As:Bushra BibiAlso Famous As:PinkyNationality:PakistaniResidence:Bani GallaReligion:IslamBelongs to:Wattoo FamilyFamilyEthnicity:First Belongs to Watto, after Married ManekaSpouse:Imran KhanEx-Husband:Khawar FaridChildren:Two Sons and Three Daughters– Ibrahim and Musa (Sons)CareerPolitical Party:Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI)Serve As:Supporter

Bushra Manika Biography

Bushra, being born in Pakpattan, has a deep interest in Sufi shrines. Her interest made her come close to Prime Minister Imran Khan, and both married in 2018 in a private ceremony. She is the first lady who always does a veil and doesn’t attend political gatherings. Bushra prefers to stay at home and is living a private life.

In 1987, she got married to Khawar Maneka, the son of Pakistani politician Ghulam Muhammad Maneka, who was a Member of the National Assembly of Pakistan and also served as a federal minister in the cabinet of Benazir Bhutto. Khawar served as a senior official in the customs department of Pakistan. “Imran Khan has not married in Manika family,” Mian Khawar Fareed Manika, son of former Federal Minister Mian Ghulam Muhammad Manika said. Imran slams media for sharing pictures of women he's 'never met' Marium Manika is the sister of Bushra Manika who is the daughter-in-law of former federal minister Mian Ghulam Muhammad Manika.

She came from a politically influential family; her sister Maryam Riaz Watto is also a part of Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf who introduced Maneka to Imran Khan for the first time. Bushra attended his oath-taking ceremony and did an interview once with Nadeem Malik, where she praised her husband’s struggles and shown trust in him.

Bushra Date of Birth

She belongs to Pakpattan and was born on 16th August 1973. Currently, she is living in Bani Galla with Imran Khan.

Bushra Maneka Ex-Husband

She first married a Senior custom officer, Khawar Maneka, with whom she has 2 sons and 3 daughters. In 2017 she got divorced and, after a few months, married Prime Minister Imran Khan. After her marriage news circulated on social media, people badly criticized her for leaving her family for wealth.

However, in a press conference, Khawar Manika revealed that their divorce has nothing to do with Imran Khan. On 18th Feb 2018, their Walima Ceremony was held in a private gathering.

Bushra Manika Family

She is currently married to Imran Khan. Her sons Ebrahim and Musa Manika are graduates of Aitcheson College. One of her daughters, Mehru Manika, got married in a political family. She is daughter in law of politician Atta Muhammad Manika. In 2018 a news circulated that one of her daughters has joined PTI.

Bushra Manika History

She belongs to a conservative family of the Watoo clan. Before marrying Imran Khan, she used to live in Pakpattan, famous for Baba Farid’s shrine. Imran used to visit that shrine where he met Bushra Bibi. He started taking spiritual education from her and got inspired by her.

In 2015 by-elections, Bushra predicted the victory of Jahangir Tareen that came out to be true, and Jahangir won the elections. Imran used to spend a few hours now and then with Manika’s family. When Imran learned about her divorce, his interest started developing in her because of increasing mutual understanding.

However, according to Imran, he never saw her face before marriage as she was always in a veil. But he once saw her old picture where her face was uncovered.

Bushra Maneka Interview

On 27th September 2018, she gave her first live interview with Nadeem Malik, where she praised her man and told him how loyal he is to the country. She revealed that Imran Khan wants to bring change in the country for which he is doing day and night struggle. She added that she is lucky to be married to Imran Khan, who is a man of strong character.

First Lady of Pakistan
Assumed role
18 August 2018
Prime MinisterImran Khan
Preceded bySamina Shahid Abbasi
Personal details
Born
Bushra Riaz Wattoo

16 August 1968 (age 50)
Pakpattan, Punjab, Pakistan
Political partyPakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf
Spouse(s)
Children5

Bushra Riaz Watto (known asBushra Bibi) is the First Lady of Pakistan, the wife of the 22nd Pakistani Prime MinisterImran Khan.[1] She and Khan married six months before he assumed office as Prime Minister.[2]

  • 2Personal life

Apr 26, 2018 - New Delhi: Is Pakistani cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan's marriage in trouble, again? Third time's not quite the charm for Imran Khan,. Apr 25, 2018 - Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman Imran Khan's third wife Bushra Manek has reportedly returned to her maternal home following a domestic.

Khawar Manika Wikipedia Biography

Early life[edit]

Bushra Bibi was born to a conservative, politically influential family from central Punjab. She belongs to the Wattoo clan, of whom the Manekas are a sub-clan.[2][3] She originates from the town of Pakpattan, located 250 km southwest of Lahore. The town is known for being home to the Shrine of Baba Farid, of whom both she and Khan are spiritual followers, and where they first met.[2]

Personal life[edit]

First marriage[edit]

Before her marriage to Khan, Bushra Bibi was married to Khawar Maneka.[4] Khawar Maneka was a senior Customs official and a son of Ghulam Muhammad Maneka, a former federal minister in Benazir Bhutto's cabinet. His brother Ahmad Raza Maneka is currently a member of the National Assembly of Pakistan, and is affiliated with the PML-N.[5] They divorced in 2017.[2]She has three daughters and two sons from her first marriage. Her sons Musa and Ebrahim Maneka graduated from the Aitchison College in Lahore in 2013, and pursued higher education abroad.[2] Her eldest daughter Mehru Maneka is the daughter-in-law of politician Mian Atta Muhammad Manika.[2][6] Another of her daughters is also married.[5]

On 6 August 2018, it was reported that Mehru Maneka had joined Khan's PTI following a meeting with him.[7]

Marriage to Imran Khan[edit]

Khan and Bushra Bibi reportedly met for the first time in 2015.[6] According to Dawn, Khan, noted for his increasing inclination towards Sufism in recent decades, was a frequent visitor of Baba Farid's shrine in Pakpattan, where he would pay homage to the renowned 12th century Sufi saint. He usually visited the town in the evening escorted by his private guards, and would later stay for a few hours at the Maneka family's residence, his local hosts, after which he would return to Islamabad. The Manekas were influential locally, and shared a 'spiritual relationship' with Khan.[3] Bushra, who was at that time married to Khawar Maneka, was a known and respected Sufi scholar, spiritual mentor and faith healer, also referred to as a pir or murshid,[3] and this is what reportedly drew Khan closer to her.[8] She has been described as a leader of pilgrimages to Baba Farid's shrine.[8] During his visits, Khan would often consult her on spiritual matters whenever he found himself in a 'difficult situation.'[3]

My interest in Sufism started 30 years ago. It changed my life. Sufism is an order with many levels, but I have never met anyone who is as high as my wife. My interest in her began with that.

— Imran Khan in an interview, regarding his marriage to Bushra Bibi.[8]

According to Khan, the couple were introduced via Bushra Bibi sister Maryam Riaz Wattoo, who is a PTI member, whilst he was trying to understand the teachings of a 13th century Sufi saint. He would visit Bushra Bibi house to receive counsel and advice on these and other religious matters, and 'read the books she would recommend'.[8] According to sources, Khan interacted with Bushra Bibi shortly before the 2015 by-election in Lodhran for the NA-154 constituency. He became 'very pleased' when his candidate Jehangir Tareen won that election, which she had correctly predicted, and started visiting and consulting her more regularly for guidance.[3] According to a family source, Khan held 'a lot of reverence for [Bushra] as a true follower.'[3] As the visits became more frequent, their personal understanding also grew.[8] However, the prospect of marriage never surfaced until Khan learnt of Bushra's divorce. In an interview after his marriage, Khan said he 'did not catch a glimpse' of his wife's face until after they were married; 'I proposed to her without seeing her because she had never met me without her face being covered with a full veil.'[8] He acknowledged that he had only seen an 'old photograph' of her at her house prior to that.[8] When he finally did see her, he was not disappointed and is 'now happily married.'[8]

Talking about how her life changed after marrying Imran, she said that before her marriage her life revolved around praying to God but Imran taught her that serving the helpless and needy is equally important.[9] Khan, known for his previous relationships, insisted his attitude had changed over time and he came to believe that 'the character of a person and the mind, the intellect, is much more important than the physical, because in my experience that has the smallest shelf life.' He has referenced his respect to his wife based on her intellect and character.[8] A few months after their marriage, the couple went on a pilgrimage to Mecca.[8] Bushra has been described as an introvert who prefers to stay at home rather than attending social functions and gatherings very frequently, to which Khan admittedly has no objections, as he himself is 'past the age of socialising'.[8] According to Khan, his two sons have met Bushra, while he has also had time to get to know Bushra's children following their marriage.[8] With regards to her marriage with Imran, Bushra Bibi has clarified that, contrary to some reports in the media, her Nikkah with Imran took place seven months after the ‘Iddat period’ following the dissolution of her first marriage. Bushra Bibi has also clarified that she is not present on social media and any accounts attributed to her are fake.[10]

As first lady[edit]

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Bushra Bibi is reportedly the first veil-wearing First Lady of Pakistan.[11][12] The decision to wear a veil, Bushra Bibi said it is her personal choice in line with religious teachings and she is not imposing it on anyone else.[13] Shortly after Khan took office, Bushra Bibi was quoted by the media as having commented 'I am sure Imran Khan will fulfill his promises to Pakistan. Allah has given us a great responsibility. Power comes and goes. Imran Khan aims to eliminate poverty from the country. He wants to improve the health and education system in Pakistan.'[14] Bushra Bibi has described Imran as an “extremely simple man”. Talking about the PTI’s slogan and promise of ‘change’, she claimed that only Imran can bring about the promised change in the country but it would take time.[15]

Imran Khan New Wife Picture

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ abcdef'Baba Farid: Where Imran Khan and Bushra Maneka found each other'. Gulf News. 19 February 2018. Retrieved 18 August 2018.
  3. ^ abcdefButt, Shafiq (18 February 2018). 'What brings PTI chief to a remote town?'. Dawn. Retrieved 18 August 2018.
  4. ^Correspondent, Sana Jamal, (8 January 2018). 'Imran Khan did not break up my marriage: Bushra's ex-husband'.
  5. ^ abbibi -took-divorce/ 'Who's Khawar Farid Maneka and why Bushra Bibi took divorce from him' Check url= value (help). Daily Times. 10 January 2018. Retrieved 18 August 2018.
  6. ^ ab'Imran Khan's sisters once again in the dark regarding his marriage'. The Express Tribune. 8 January 2018. Retrieved 18 August 2018.
  7. ^'Imran Khan's stepdaughter Mehru Maneka joins Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf'. New Indian Express. 6 August 2018. Retrieved 25 August 2018.
  8. ^ abcdefghijkl'I know more about physical attraction than anyone else: Imran Khan on his third marriage'. Dawn. 22 July 2018. Retrieved 19 August 2018.
  9. ^'عوام کے لیے بشری بی بی کے انٹرویو کے اہم پیغامات - ہم نیوز'. ہم نیوز. 28 September 2018. Retrieved 25 October 2018.
  10. ^'4 افواہیں جن کی بشری بی بی نے تردید کی! - ہم نیوز'. ہم نیوز. 28 September 2018. Retrieved 23 October 2018.
  11. ^'Bushra Maneka To Be The First, First Lady To Keep A Veil - UrduPoint'. urdupoint.com.
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  13. ^'ہم نیوز پر بشری بی بی کا انٹرویو سوشل میڈیا کا اہم موضوع - ہم نیوز'. ہم نیوز. 28 September 2018. Retrieved 25 October 2018.
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  15. ^'ہم نیوز پر بشری بی بی کا انٹرویو سوشل میڈیا کا اہم موضوع - ہم نیوز'. ہم نیوز. 28 September 2018. Retrieved 25 October 2018.
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Khawar Manika Wikipedia English

When Pakistan's opposition leader re-married in secret, it was always going to cause a stir.

Imran Khan reportedly confirmed on Monday that he was a married man. He was speaking to reporters at Heathrow Airport before flying home to Pakistan to 'share the good news' with the nation.

His countrymen have taken to Facebook and Twitter expressing mixed feelings about his marriage to Pakistan's Dawn News political talk show host and former BBC Weather presenter @rehamkhan1.

#BestOfLuckIK has gained more than 11,000 retweets in 24 hours. But it is battling it out with an outpouring of love for Imran Khan's ex-wife Jemima Khan, with Pakistanis reposting archived photos of her on their timelines.

There are also snipes on Twitter and Facebook at his new wife Reham.

She has hit back on her own Twitter account.

She was quick to comment on photos circulating of her allegedly emerging from a sex shop, which she said were fake and had been photoshopped.

Many archive pictures from Reham's BBC presenting days are circulating on social media along with protracted conversations about the length of her skirt.

Jemima Khan is being 'love bombed' by tweets from Pakistan and has been replying to many of them thanking people for their support.

A sample of those tweets read: Jemima Khan 'You will remain respectable as a daughter, sister and mother for millions of #Pakistanis.'

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'U will remain the First Lady Ma'am. No-one like Reham can replace you!!'

She also tweeted a response to the news of the marriage acknowledging that she will always feel like an honorary Pakistani citizen and wishing Imran happiness. 'I'll always love Pakistan,' she said.

Imran Khan's only reference to his marriage on social media was this tweet posted on Twitter and Facebook on 31 December. He did not deny it but said reports of his marriage were 'greatly exaggerated.'

Reporting by Sitala Peek