Cat out of the bag: Outlawed TTP abandoned negotiators after cancelling ceasefire

AFGHANISTAN TALIBAN SPOKESMAN

WEB DESK – It seems that after months of fruitless dialogue parade the cat is finally out of the bag as outlawed militant group Tehreek-e-Tliban Pakistan (TTP) had reportedly abandoned their appointed negotiators after announcing to cancel the ceasefire with the government of Pakistan.

The outlawed Taliban appointed negotiator and leader of Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) Professor Ibrahim had confirmed on Thursday that contact with outlawed TTP could not be made after the group announced to cancel the ceasefire with government.

Ibrahim, however, hoped that soon contact with outlawed militants would be made possible. “We will try to continue the peace dialogues with government even without the effective ceasefire,” he added.

He also maintained that all demands of outlawed militants – who were responsible for martyring thousands of civilians and military personnel in acts of terrorism – must be met.

Yesterday, the outlawed militant group announced to cancel the ceasefire with government of Pakistan and its security forces.

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