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Punjab Governor: PM Imran deserves Nobel Peace Prize for role in Afghan Peace process

Punjab Governor: PM Imran deserves Nobel Peace Prize for role in Afghan Peace process

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Prime Minister Imran Khan has been an advocate of peace for quite sometime now.

His contributions to not just inner state conflicts but also conflicts with neighboring countries have been commendable.

From the beautiful gesture made last year by sending back Wing Commander Abhinandan who flew across the borders to ending a 19 year old war in Afghanistan.

The Punjab Governor Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar has said. “The prime minister is the only political leader who had been opposing war in the region.”

But on what basis does he think he deserves it?

By all standards, he deserves the Nobel Prize, he added. “PM Imran Khan sent a message of peace to the international community last year by setting a captured Indian pilot free, although India had been promoting war hysteria.”

The governor further explained, “The PM had been calling for resolving the Afghan dispute since the US and its allies launched the war. And today, America and the Taliban have admitted the utility of Imran Khan’s standpoint.”

“Today, war is dying down and peace is taking roots in Afghanistan.” said Punjab Governor.

Under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan, Pakistan played a historic and decisive role in the Afghan peace process, he highlighted.

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