Pakistani Nation praises Prime Minister Imran Khan's Peace Offering Message to India.
Watch the speech here:
There was an air space violation by Indian jets yesterday. They tried to do it again but they were shot down by Pakistan Air Force. Prime Minister Imran Khan makes a short speech after that. Here is how the journalists and the people are praising it.
Such a graceful & full of poise speech by PM @ImranKhanPTI : Empathy, Compassion & unflinching resolve for Peace. “ We cannot afford any miscalculation at this time. Better sense should Prevail”— Maria Memon (@Maria_Memon) February 27, 2019
Prime Minister Imran Khan, thank you, Pakistan is proud of you.— Mehr Tarar (@MehrTarar) February 27, 2019
ہم آپ کو پھر دعوت دیتے ہیں۔ بیٹھ کر بات چیت سے مسائل حل کریں۔— Tariq Mateen (@tariqmateen) February 27, 2019
مختصر ، جامع اور درد مند دل رکھنے والے شخص کی نپی تلی گفتگو۔
Short, meaningful and bold speech. Thank you Mr Prime Minister @ImranKhanPTI.— Ajmal Jami (@ajmaljami) February 27, 2019
Oh brilliant @ImranKhanPTI talking about how wars escalate. What a contrast with the madness emanating from indias leadership— Zarrar Khuhro (@ZarrarKhuhro) February 27, 2019
Prime Minister Pakistan, @ImranKhanPTI tone, posturing, words...perfect! And condolences for the #Pulwana victims which was a grievance for India as his sympathy had remained amiss before. he kept it short and sweet too.— Sana Bucha (@sanabucha) February 27, 2019
Short, sweet and precise @ImranKhanPTI— Zarrar Khuhro (@ZarrarKhuhro) February 27, 2019
Well done PM @ImranKhanPTI ; you do us proud. Your maturity, wisdom and conviction in handling this matter is expemplery. All political leaders also wisely stand by the government.— Nasim Zehra (@NasimZehra) February 27, 2019
Someone must call a halt.— Rauf Klasra (@KlasraRauf) February 27, 2019
Good,mature&reasonable speech by PMIKhan in madding times. India shd respond to offer to dialogue& investigate. Both should come to table. Enough of jingoism and war hysteria.Enough of tit for tat.
Let sanity prevail. Lets start new chapter in relations