Making a complete joke out of itself, the Pakistan government has adopted a deluded resolution stating that the Prime Minister of their country, Imran Khan, be given the Noble Peace Prize for reducing tensions between Pakistan and India.
The resolution was signed by the Minister of Information and Broadcast of Pakistan, Fawad Chaudhry who along with Imran Khan has accused India's leadership of 'warmongering'
In light of this, Republic TV Contributor Sushil Pandit, on being asked about his perspective on Pakistan wanting a Noble Peace Prize for their Prime Minister, said, ''I think this country has become a joke, and somebody must tell them because they are not capable of realizing it themselves. They have just become a laughing stock of the world, and clearly, do not look at their track record. They are 'a migraine to the world', in the words of Hilary Clinton. The country is a terror factory to the world and it is nothing short of a huge joke, and I think somebody played a prank on them, and I am unable to believe that such a thought could cross somebody's mind in Pakistan in all sanity''
Opining that the Noble Peace Prize would rather end entirely than be given to the Pak Prime Minister, Sushil Pandit voiced, 'I think the Noble Peace Prize will prefer to wind up than start giving itself to people like 'Taliban Khan' and if by any stroke of misfortune this comes true, then probably Qamar Javed Bajwa (Pak Army Chief) would probably beat him up, in order to receive it on his behalf'
The resolution issued by Pakistan laughably claimed that the situation was averted due to 'proactive and deft handling of the situation' by Pak PM Imran Khan, for which he deserves a Noble Peace Prize.
This letter comes from Pakistan, a day after its former Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif went on record in his country's Parliament justifying the dastardly Pulwama terror attack in which 40 CRPF Jawans were martyred.
Wing Commander Abhinandan had fallen into Pakistan's clutches after his MIG-21 Bison shot and brought down a Pak F-16 as the Indian Air Force sent a 24-strong Pakistan Air Force jet-fighter formation packing, foiling the belligerent nation's attempt to attack India in retribution for the precision strike India had conducted on Pakistan's terror factories along the LoC on Tuesday morning to avenge the Pulwama attack.
While announcing the decision to release Wing Commander, Imran Khan had attempted to paint a 'good gesture' narrative despite the truth being that he had been left with no option because of the relentless and inexorable pressure screw India had applied on Pakistan across multiple dimensions, demanding the release of its heroic pilot.