Sunday, September 25, 2022

PTI reaches out to Indians in Hindi


The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) on Monday reached out to Indians in their national language, Hindi.

The ruling party tweeted in Hindi from its official Twitter handle.

The tweet in Hindi was a translation of Prime Minister Imran Khan’s recent tweet stating he was not worthy of the Noble Peace Prize and the person qualified for the award would be the one who resolves the Kashmir dispute.

Following the prime minister’s announcement to release the captured Indian pilot Abhinandan, #NobelPrizeforImranKhan had become a top trend on Twitter, while this announcement also made headlines in newspapers and TV channels across the globe.

Fans of Imran Khan from all around the world launched a campaign calling to declare the chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) an ambassador of peace.

Read more: Resolution submitted in NA demanding PM Imran be awarded Nobel Peace Prize

An online application demanding to give Imran Khan ‘Nobel Peace Prize 2020’ has received more than 0.15 million signatures.

The release of pilot Abhinandan was a gesture of peace from Pakistan, in order to de-escalate the soaring tensions with New Delhi.



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