MOTION SEEKING NOBEL PRIZE FOR PM IMRAN KHAN SUBMITTED IN NA
ISLAMABAD (Channel 9 News) – A motion seeking Nobel Prize for Prime Minister Imran Khan has been submitted in the National Assembly on Saturday.
The motion submitted by Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting Fawad Ch states that Prime Minister Imran Khan had played a very sagacious role in reducing the Pak-India tension.
“The war mania of the Indian leadership was a source of tension between both countries. The prime minister diverted the situation to peace skillfully,” it states.
The motion demanded that the premier be awarded a Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts in deescalating the tension between the two neighbors. Moreover, over 92,0000 people have signed a petition on the US website to seek Nobel Prize for Prime Minister Imran Khan.
The premier has been tackling the recent allegations and aggression of India after the February 14 Pulwama attack. India has accused Pakistan for the deaths of its more than 44 soldiers killed in the attack. The prime minister had offered India to investigate and provide actionable evidence. This offer was rejected by India who then violated the Line of Control and attempted to air strike.
The attempts of the Indian Air Force (IAF) were foiled by Pakistan Air Force (PAF). On February 20, IAF again tried to cross the LoC but the PAF responded and shot down two of their jets. The PAF also arrested Indian pilot Wing Commander Abhinandan. At the premier’s orders, the pilot was released on March 1 as a peace gesture.