Person who solves Kashmir dispute worthy for Nobel Peace Prize, not me: Imran Khan

Srinagar

Days after the people in Pakistan urged Nobel Peace prize for the Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, the premier said that the person who would solve Kashmir dispute according to the wishes of Kashmiri people and paves way for peace and human development in the sub-continent will be worthy of Nobel Peace Prize.

In a tweet today after people came out in support of Imran Khan demanding Nobel Peace Prize for him for his peace gesture to release the Indian pilot, the prime minister said that he is not worthy of the prize.

“I am not worthy of the Nobel Peace prize. The person worthy of this would be the one who solves the Kashmir dispute according to the wishes of the Kashmiri people and paves the way for peace & human development in the subcontinent,” Khan wrote on his official twitter handle.

Earlier, on Friday Pakistan government handed over the Indian Pilot who was captured in Pakistan, to India at Attari Wagah border, terming it a gesture of peace.

Earlier, as the petition to nominate Pakistan PM Imran Khan had become viral, the former Indian Civil Service officer Shah Faesal praised the Imran Khan for his “peace gesture” and sought the Noble Prize for the premier.

A resolution was submitted in the Pakistan Parliament on Saturday to endorse Prime Minister Imran Khan for the prestigious Nobel Peace Prize. The resolution stated that Imran’s decision to release Indian Air Force pilot Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman has de-escalated hostilities between Pakistan and India, which made the Pakistan PM Nobel-worthy.

Amidst the chaos, the ex-IAS officer Shah Faesal said Imran Khan deserves the Nobel Peace Prize for saving South Asia from a Nuclear catastrophe.

“A Nobel Peace Prize to @ImranKhanPTI could drastically change the way Pakistan operates in the South Asia region. IK has already raised the bar for leadership in the region, and the Prize could encourage him to further nurture the India-Pak relationship. He deserves the prize,” the former Indian Civil Service Officer Shah Faesal wrote on his twitter handle.

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