Former Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Ayesha Gulalai has said that she would provide proof of her allegations if summoned by a court of law or a parliamentary committee.
"I am not here speaking without evidence. I will not pursue it personally, however, if they go to some forum, I will cooperate," clarified Gulalai, Geo News reports.
Gulalai showed the alleged messages briefly to senior journalist Hamid Mir.
"The messages showed to me add weightage to Ayesha Gulalai's claims, but they should be investigated," said Mir.
Gulalai also said PTI spokesperson Naeem-ul-Haque had also sent her a text message.
"Naeem-ul-Haque also sent a text after sometime stating, 'I am alone and want to marry'," claimed Gulalai.
Gulalai also claimed that she was called and asked by PTI's Awn Chaudry to not address the press conference and a delegation would have visited her to discuss the matter.
The former PTI leader further said that her grievances were not only personal, but they were also related to public issues and corruption in the province.
Gulalai has alleged that Imran Khan sent her inappropriate text messages, but has not revealed any other details to support her allegations.
Following this, the PTI served a legal notice to Gulalai demanding that she replies to the letter within 10 days or pay compensation to the tune of Rs. 30 million.