‘Outlawed Taliban available for dialogues but govt delaying the matter’

Taliban Talks

ISLAMABAD – The outlawed Taliban appointed negotiator Maulana Yousuf Shah said that militants were ready to continue the dialogue process but government delaying the process unnecessarily.

Shah told media on Saturday that outlawed Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) was readily available for the negotiations with the government of Pakistan.

“Delay was from the government’s side. Otherwise Taliban were always merrily available for the dialogues,” Shah told media representatives.

Moreover, another negotiator on behalf of outlawed holy warriors, Professor Ibrahim, said that delay in the negotiation process was not appreciable.

Earlier, he also maintained that Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif and Director General Inter-Services Intelligence (DG ISI) must hold a meeting with outlawed Taliban appointed committee.

Not to forget that outlawed barbaric militants had recently martyred at least eight security official in Miramshah area.

Although, outlawed holy warriors of TTP were witnessing the worst infighting of their history but their animosity against the Pakistan security forces could never be reduced.

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