Bilawal's 'lover' Hina Rabbani Khar tried to commit suicide?

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Hina Rabbani Khar
Islamabad, Oct 1: Pakistan Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar, who currently has hogged the limelight over her alleged romantic affair with Bilawal Bhutto, had tried to commit suicide, reported Bangladeshi tabloid The Weekly Blitz. [UPDATE: Secrets of Hina Rabbani Khar and Bilawal's love affair]

The tabloid had first reported about the sensational love chemistry between Hina and the young Chairman of ruling Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP). According to its reports, Hina once had consumed sleeping pills as she wanted to end her life.

The tabloid had reported that the Foreign Minister had got to know about her millionaire husband Feroz Gulzar's extra-marital affair with his business colleague in Pakistan. Hina reportedly had gone into depression following which she tried to commit suicide.

The seeds of distrust between Hina and her husband were sown followed by the incident and Hina gradually fell in love with 24-year-old Bilawal who is 11 year younger than her, added the tabloid.

News over alleged relationship between Hina and Bilawal went viral on the internet. However, Hina's husband rubbished the reports terming the news as "reprehensible" and "trash". Gulzar also accused political classes in Islamabad of hatching such conspiracy against Hina and their family to malign their image.

A senior PPP official, however, stated a completely different story claiming that it was a conspiracy by Inter-Service Intelligence (ISI) aiming to damage Hina's reputation as ISI blames her for facilitating a UN investigation into thousands of missing people detained by the security forces.

"They are not happy with her. The UN mission received a cold reception but Hina was called in by the president to meet him and the army chief. She crossed some red line," the PPP official was quoted as saying.

Rubbishing such allegations against ISI, Pakistan military on Sunday, Sept 30 said, "These allegations are absurd and baseless. The ISI has nothing to do with this defamation campaign and neither any problem exists between the Foreign Minister and the agency."

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