Imran Khan’s mobile phones stolen after recorded video threat, claims Shahbaz Gill
PTI leader Shahbaz Gill on Monday claimed that a pair of cell phones belonging to PTI Chairman Imran Khan were stolen from the Sialkot airport after the party held a power show in the city last Saturday.
PTI Leader Shahbaz Gill made the claim on Twitter two days after Imran, during his Sialkot speech, said his life was under threat and that he had recorded a video message naming “all conspirators”, which will be released in case of his assassination.
Gill said the former prime minister was deliberately not provided security during the rally held over the weekend, adding that his phones were also stolen.
“You are completely befuddled,” the former adviser to the PM said, without addressing anyone in particular. “The video statement that Imran has recorded will not be found in these phones.”
Notably, former Prime Minister Imran Khan had addressed a rally in Faisalabad and Sialkot on Saturday.