A pair of cellular phones belonging to former Pakistan prime minister Imran Khan, who just lately stated he made a video naming all these planning to ‘assassinate’ him, had been stolen in Sialkot, a key aide of the Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman has stated.
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“On the one hand, deliberately, no security was provided to Imran Khan, and on the other, two of his phones were stolen,” tweeted Dr Shahbaz Gill, PTI chief, and a former particular assistant to the now-former premier.
Gill, nevertheless, with out naming anybody, additionally stated, “You are completely confused. The video statement recorded by him is not to be found on these phones.”
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According to Gill, the theft occurred on the Sialkot airport, after the previous cricketer-turned-politician left to handle a rally within the metropolis on Saturday. It was at this rally that Khan, who was ousted final month by the opposition by way of a no-trust vote, stated ‘conspiracies’ had been being hatched in opposition to him inside and out of doors the nation.
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“They want that Imran Khan should be killed. I have known about this conspiracy for a long time and, few days back, I came to know about the full plan. My dear youngsters, I have recorded a video and have kept it at a ‘secure’ place. If something is done to me, this clip would be made public. In it, I have named every single person involved in the plot,” the 69-year-old stated.
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The PTI chief has repeatedly accused the United States of ‘masterminding’ his ouster, in cahoots with the Pakistani opposition. The US, in addition to the opposition, have repeatedly rejected the allegations.
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Khan was succeeded as Pakistan’s prime minister by the incumbent Shehbaz Sharif, the youthful brother of exiled former premier Nawaz Sharif.
(With company inputs)