Nobel Peace Prize for PM Imran: Motion submitted in National Assembly

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ISLAMABAD: A movement was submitted on Saturday in the National Assembly Secretariat calling for Prime Minister Imran Khan to be granted the Nobel Peace Prize.

The movement presented by Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry referenced the head’s job in de-raising pressures among India and Pakistan.

The Indian initiative’s war craziness caused pressure between the two nations, the movement read. Indian administration’s hostility expedited the two atomic equipped nations the edge of war, it included.

Imran Khan expertly redirected the circumstance towards harmony, the movement further said. PM Imran ought to be granted the Nobel Peace Prize for his endeavours towards harmony, it included.

On Friday, #NobelPeacePrizeForImranKhan turned into the best pattern as the chief was praised the world over for his choice to discharge caught Indian flying corps pilot Abhinandan Varthaman as a harmony motion to de-heighten strains with neighbouring India.

The head, in his location to a joint session of Parliament on Thursday, declared to discharge Wing Commander Abhinandan as a signal of harmony and generosity towards India, acquiring him acclaim from superstars, columnists, ambassadors and the regular open who appreciated his courageous and striking move in the support of keeping up harmony in the locale and conceivably staying away from a hard and fast war with India, the outcomes of which could be grievous.

An online petition was filed moving the Norwegian Nobel Committee for the nomination of Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan for the “Nobel Peace Prize for 2020 for his peace efforts and dialogues in the Asian region on diverse conflicts (e.g. Pakistan-India, Afghanistan-USA, Middle East etc.)”.

“His (Imran’s) contributions deserve the international recognition with the award of Nobel Peace Prize in 2020, his aims of ensuring lasting peace in the region and discouraging revival of militarism should be recognized and greatly appreciated,” read the online petition, started by Rameez Asif, on petition website Change.org.

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