Pakistan govt, Taliban committees place 5 demands for dialogues


ISLAMABAD: After completion of first phase or meeting of peace dialogues, the committees from Pakistani federal government and Taliban has present overall five conditions in order to proceed negotiation process in future.

The governmental and banned Terhik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) negotiators completed their first session of long awaited dialogues; some points were raised to build a strong base for peace talks.

Pakistan government demands:

Pakistan government-led committee had put two conditions that the talks will be held under the Pakistan’s constitution while the second demand was to fix scope of the dialogues only within limits of insurgency-affected areas consisting of the tribal belts.

Taliban demands:

Banned outfit Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) presented their three demands that the peace dialogue with government should be initiated on basis of Islamic, Shariah, laws.

Second, Pakistan government has to call back the military officials from all Taliban dominated areas.

Third, Pakistan’s government must release their men captivated in prison cells across the country.

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Saher Afshan

Saher Afshan is a Pakistani Journalist and web producer of She has a good experience of working in Pakistan's mainstream print and broadcasting media. Saher writes on current, social and Islamabad's affair for both PakistanTribe English and Urdu.

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