By Raza Habib Raja Published: March 5, 2019 0 SHARES Share Tweet Email As per the resolution, the main reason for nomination is Imran’s role in reducing current tensions with India. PHOTO: INSTAGRAMfirstname.lastname@example.org A few days ago, a resolution was moved in the National Assembly requesting nomination of a Nobel Peace Prize for Imran Khan. The resolution, which comes after Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government’s decision to release the Indian pilot, argues that Imran has “played a sagacious role in reducing recent tensions between Pakistan and India which were created due to the warmongering attitude of the Indian leadership”. It further states that Imran averted possible war by “deft handling” of the crisis. After the news of the resolution broke out, the entire media erupted. The resolution has led to fierce debate, both in electronic and particularly social media. Many PTI supporters, as expected, are gloating and supporting this resolution, with some of the supportive tweets elevating Imran to an unbelievable level. This is ironic, given the fact that the same lot has never accepted the Nobel Prize for Malala Yousafzai and in fact continue to troll her to this day. Luv u khan❤️❤️ #NobelPeacePrizeForImranKhan pic.twitter.com/nJ8A14vTCY— shahid shabbir (@shahidshabbir80) March 1, 2019 I truly feel that i am the most… Read full this story
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