PM Imran Khan Should Get Nobel Peace Prize: Minister

Following Prime Minister Imran Khan’s gesture of peace of releasing the downed Indian pilot in less than 72 hours that too without pre-conditions, calls for a ‘Nobel Peace Prize for Imran Khan’ have become more loud across the country.

On Friday, #nobelpeaceprizeforImran was a top trend on Twitter as the whole world lauded his efforts to de-escalate tensions between Pakistan and India and avert a possible nuclear war threatening to cause mass destruction in the South Asian region.

The next day, Federal Minister for Information, Fawad Chaudhry tabled a resolution in the National Assembly Secretariat

The draft of the resolution argued that the Prime Minister “played a sagacious role in de-escalating tensions between Pakistan and India.”

The war hysteria started by Indian leadership led the two arch-rivals to the brink of all-out conflict, the resolution stated. “India’s warmongering attitude put tens of millions of lives at stake,” it said.

The resolution added that the tense situation was de-escalated due to proactive and deft handling of the situation by PM Imran Khan.

Earlier on Thursday, Prime Minister announced to release the downed Indian pilot Wing Commander Abhinandan as a gesture of peace and goodwill – a moral victory for Pakistan that not only won millions of hearts across the world but also proved Imran Khan as a true statesman.


  • PM Imran Khan is really fighting for peace. Unfortunately, the World War 3 is inevitable, like death, though not now. This war is maturing. Jesus said: “When you hear of wars and disturbances [civil unrest, revolts, uprisings], do not panic; for these things must take place first, but the end (τελος – in this context: fulfillment) will not come immediately.” (Luke 21:9, AMP)

    The global nuclear war, (this will be the fulfillment of the sign of Jesus), will start with an ethnic conflict: “For nation will rise against nation”, as in 2008 in Georgia. (Matthew 24:7)

    In the Book of Revelation we read: “And another horse came forth, a red horse: and to him that sat thereon it was given to take peace from the earth, and that they should slay one another: and there was given unto him a great sword.” (6:4, ASV) “A great sword” in this context means a nuclear sword. Jesus characterized him in this way: “Terrors [φοβητρα] both [τε] and [και] unusual phenomena [σημεια – unusual occurrences, transcending the common course of nature] from [απ] sky [ουρανου] powerful [μεγαλα] will be [εσται].” (Luke 21:11)

    Some ancient manuscripts contain the words “and frosts” [και χειμωνες].
    The Aramaic Peshitta: “and will be great frosts” [וסתוא רורבא נהוון]. We call this today “nuclear winter”.

    In Mark 13:8 there are also words of Jesus: “and disorders” [και ταραχαι] (in the sense of confusion and chaos).
    The Aramaic Peshitta: “and confusion” [ושגושיא] (on the state of public order).

    There will be also significant tremors, food shortages and epidemics along the length and breadth of the regions as a result of using this weapon.

    Jesus presented here a complete picture of the consequences of the global nuclear war. No doubt this detailed and richly illustrated picture corresponds only to this war. He also stated: “All these are but the beginning of the birth pains”. (Matthew 24:8)

  • Astaghfirullah…
    Munafiq awam, Faasiq o Faajir leader aur iss ke hawwari !
    I would suggest seeing other side of the picture too.


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