In a hilarious and most unexpected move by Pakistan, Pakistani citizens have filed an online petition with over 2,00,000 signatures to raise their demand for Noble Peace Prize to their Prime Minister.
New Delhi, India, March 02, 2019 —
The Ministry Of Information And Broadcasting has proposed a Noble Peace Prize to the Pakistani Prime Minister, so much so that whole of Twitter is laughing and trolling Pakistan on the hashtag #NoblePeacePrizeForImranKhan.
Information Minister @fawadchaudhry submits resolution in @NAofPakistan Secretariat demanding that PM @ImranKhanPTI be given #NobelPeacePrize for his contribution towards #peace in region https://t.co/VmMgKPgCtC #NobelPeacePrizeForImranKhan, @PTIofficial
— Radio Pakistan (@RadioPakistan) March 2, 2019
The Official Statement of the Minister Of Information And Broadcasting is doing rounds on the internet.
In a hilarious move by Pakistan, Pakistani citizens have filed an online petition with over 2,00,000 and more signatures to raise their demand for Noble Peace Prize to their Prime Minister. #Noblepeaceprizeforimrankhan #NoblePrizeForImranKhan #digpu pic.twitter.com/euSqcw442V
— Digpu (@DigpuNews) March 2, 2019
However, Some Pakistanis slammed the demand and called it “delusional” as the country is currently suffering from several economic and administrative issues.
It is delusional to demand a Nobel prize for Imran khan at the moment when Thousands of Pashtuns are still gone missing under his nose.I will be on the front in signing up a petition demanding nobel prize for IK when he will resolve internal strifes.
— Sohail Khan Mandokhail (@SuhailMandukhel) March 1, 2019
Indians have also expressed distaste over this development from the Pakistani Minister.
This comes just after the dramatic and unruly delay in the release of IAF Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman.
It is noteworthy that Pakistan, the home to perpetrators of the Pulwama Attack has been doing all tactics and mockery to resolve its self-designed misery.
Pakistan wanted to earn brownie points on the International stage by declaring the release of Abhinandan as a peace gesture however Indian Government has laid the true face of Pakistan bare before all.
It must be understood that #Pakistan has not done us a favor by returning #WingCommanderAbhinandan. Under the #GenevaConvention, a serving soldier captured during conflict has to be returned.
We must not forget that after 1971, we released over 90,000 PoW from Pakistan.
— Vijay Kumar Singh (@Gen_VKSingh) March 1, 2019
While we were celebrating #Abhinandan’s return, #Pakistan continued to violate the ceasefire in J&K. Two jawans were martyred and three civilians including a 5 year old and a nine month old were killed. And they talk about #peace and #PeaceGestures. Enough of this double speak!
— Vijay Kumar Singh (@Gen_VKSingh) March 2, 2019