PTI submits resolution in NA, seeking Nobel Peace Prize for PM Imran Khan

F.P. Report                       

ISLAMABAD: Federal Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry has submitted a resolution in National Assembly (NA) Secretariat, demanding to award a Nobel Peace Prize to Prime Minister Imran Khan for de-escalating the tensions between Pakistan-India, on Saturday.

According to local media reports, the resolution stated that the premier’s decision of releasing arrested Indian Wing Commander Abhinandan has de-escalated the hostility between both the countries. It added that Indian aggression towards Pakistan had risked lives of several people.

It further stated that PM Imran Khan had responsibly acted in the current situation for which he deserves a Nobel Peace Prize, the resolution demanded.

The step came day after Pakistan handed over captured Indian pilot to Indian authorities at Wagah border in a “peace gesture”.

Abhinandan’s MiG-21 jet was shot down over Kashmir on Wednesday, after a dogfight in the skies over the disputed Himalayan region which sent tensions between India and Pakistan to their highest levels in years and alarmed world powers, who issued calls for restraint.