PM Imran should be awarded peace prize for his efforts for stability in region: Fawad Ch

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JEHLUM – Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting Fawad Chaudhry on Sundays said that people have voted the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) into power for accountability of the corrupt and no relief can be given to anyone.

Addressing a public gathering in Jehlum on Sunday, he said that the PTI has no enmity with the opposition, but it will not compromise the accountability process, adding that those, who have looted Pakistan s wealth will have to give answer about their plunder.

The minister said that it is unfortunate that a faction within PML-N is doing politics on Nawaz Sharif s health.

“The government has offered Nawaz Sharif to get his treatment at any health facility in Pakistan and we are also ready to facilitate if the former prime minister wants to invite a doctor, on his own expenses, from abroad,” he said and added politics should not be done on accountability or the health of an individual.

Chaudhry went on to say that Prime Minister Imran Khan s efforts for peace have earned commendations across the globe. He said Imran Khan should be awarded Nobel Peace Prize due to his efforts for stability and tranquility in the region.

The information minister said: “PM Imran Khan, just after taking oath of his office, has invited India to take one step towards peace and Pakistan will take tow in that direction, adding that Pakistan is still standing by the offer made by Imran Khan.”

He further said, “Pakistan is a peace loving country and it has always condemned terrorism even if it happens in India, adding that the people of Pakistan and its armed forces are standing by the side of peace and they will not allow India or anyone else to cast an evil eye on Pakistan.”

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