Jamat-e-Islami chief reveals biggest challenge for govt, Pakistan Army

Sirajul Haq

PESHAWAR – The chief of Jamat-e-Islami (JI) Sirajul Haq has stated that the biggest challenge for federal government and Pakistan Army was achieving peace through negotiations.

Siraj was speaking to media personnel on Monday.

The ameer (chief) of JI warned the outlawed Taliban appointed negotiators that there going to be a lot of speed breakers in way to peace.

Earlier todat, another leader of JI Professor Ibrahim stated that they (negotiators) were waiting for the green signal from the outlawed Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) for further proceeding into the dialogue process with the government.

On April 26, Professor Ibrahim along with Maulana Yousuf Shah announced that militants had agreed to revive the peace dialogues with government of Pakistan.

Maulana Yousuf Shah, leader of Jamiyat Ulema-e-Islam-Sami (JUI-S) revealed that outlawed TTP’s central body had contacted the negotiators on Saturday.

Shah maintained that in next two to three days date and place of meeting with outlawed TTP central body would be finalized.

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