I am not worthy of Nobel Peace Prize, Pakistani PM says

# 11:51
4 March 2019

An online petition drive is currently underway to nominate him for this year’s Nobel Peace Prize over releasing a captured Indian pilot that he claimed was a gesture of goodwill. The campaign has already amassed 325,000 signatures, ONA reports.

New Delhi (Sputnik): Pakistani PM Imran Khan in response to the growing demand of his countrymen to nominate him for the Nobel Peace Prize has said that he is not worthy of the prestigious award. He said that the only person worthy of the award is the one who solves the Kashmir dispute.

The Kashmir dispute is a long-standing bone of contention between the two nuclear powers, India and Pakistan.

The modest stance from the prime minister has come in for lots of praises from the Pakistani people.

"How many times will you win our hearts" said one.