In recent days, hundreds of thousands of people have launched petitions in social media calling for the award of the Nobel Peace Prize to Pakistani Prime Minister Imra Khan, the Beijing News Express reported in the Gulf News. Today (March 4), Imra Khan formally responded through social media that I am not worthy of the Nobel Peace Prize.
Pakistani Prime Minister Imra Khan. Pictures from PTI
Pakistani Prime Minister Imra Khan responded to his Nobel Peace Prize petition on Twitter. Pictures from PTI
I dont deserve the Nobel Peace Prize, Imra Khan responded through official Twitter. The person who deserves this award should be the one who settles the Kashmir conflict according to the will of the Kashmiri people and paves the way for peace and humanitarian development in the region.
Many netizens responded that a person who says he is not worth the prize is the one who really deserves it. Netizen Farooq Azam said, Listen, the world! This man is not a politician, he is a leader, a real leader. My Prime Minister.
According to Agence France-Presse, the topic of Imra Khan deserves the Nobel Peace Prize has been on the social media since February 28. The reason for this is that many netizens believe that the agreement of Pakistani Prime Minister Imra Khan to release the captured Indian pilot to ease the conflict between India and Pakistan is a real act for regional peace, and he deserves the Nobel Peace Prize.
According to reports, the petition was supported by 240,000 and 60,000 electronic signatures on Twitter and Change.org platforms, respectively. In addition, Pakistans Minister of Information launched a proposal to Parliament on 2 March to ask Prime Minister Imra Khan to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
Since this month, serious clashes have erupted between India and Pakistan. On February 26, the Indian Air Force flew over the Kashmir Pakistani Line of Control and bombed the Pakistani camp. On February 27, Pakistan shot down two Indian fighter planes and captured a pilot.
Since then, the relationship between the two sides has been imminent. But on the afternoon of 27, the Prime Minister of Pakistan proposed that India and Pakistan resolve the conflict through dialogue, and on 28 promised to release the captured Indian pilots. On the afternoon of March 1, local time, the captured Indian pilot returned to India safely.
Source: Wang Zheng_N7526, responsible editor of Beijing News