Imran Khan's phones were snatched from the Sialkot airport.

Imran Khan claims he has recorded a video message containing the names of those allegedly planning to murder him . Khan said he recorded the video after the government took the former prime minister's security information out of his tweets .

ISLAMABAD: After Khan revealed at a power show in the city last Saturday that a pair of mobile phones belonging to former Prime Minister Imran Khan were stolen from the Sialkot airport, a senior Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) member said on Monday that he had recorded a video message containing the names of all those allegedly planning to murder him.Khans former aide, Shahbaz Gill, said the attack occurred after the government had taken the former prime minister's security information out of his tweets.You have gone completely berserk, you (a veiled reference to the government and the security establishment).Khan's computer cannot find the video recording.

Khan claimed at the Sialkot rally that an assassination attempt is being hatched against him, and that he has kept video evidence in a safe place.I have included all of the factors involved in the plot in the video.Khan said, I knew about it and I got full knowledge of it a few days earlier.If something happens to me, the video will be made public in front of the nation.

Prime Minister Rana Sanaullah ordered the interior (home) minister on Monday to increase Imrans' stability in the face of possible threats to his life.According to a statement issued by the interior ministry, Imran has been provided foolproof safety as per the PM's instructions.At least 94 security forces, including 22 Islamabad policemen, have been deployed at Bani Gala, the residence of Imran Khan, according to the release.According to the report, 36 policemen from Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa and six from Gilgit-Baltistan have been deployed to protect Imran.