Former spy alleges ‘negotiators’ not sincere to bring peace with outlawed TTP

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ISLAMABAD – The former top spy and member of committee to develop road map of peace with outlawed militant group, Major (rtd) Amir alleged that ‘some’ elements in negotiation process are doing political point scoring and not sincere for bringing the peace.

Amir was told media on Monday that soon he will be informing the federal interior minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan regarding his reservations.

Amir, while departing his ways from the negotiation process, said some people who were part of the negotiations had started to use the talks as a ‘political stunt’ which is why he decided to separate himself.

Amir was part of the first government intermediary committee formed by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on January 29.

On April 15, Aamir also revealed that some ‘elements’ were pressurizing the government over the matter of releasing non-combatant prisoners.

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