PESHAWAR – After the successful efforts of committees, The main issue among government and Tahreek Taliban Pakistan has solved as Taliban showed positive response on the government demand of expel militants out.
Government and Taliban committees were busy in talks to solve this problem because government was focusing on this demand.
An important development has been made in the on-going parleys between the government and Taliban as the latter has agreed to expel foreign militants from tribal areas.
Sources said that Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) has shown its readiness to expel foreigners from the tribal areas.
As per the understanding, these foreign militants will be given a deadline through tribal elders to go back to their respective countries. Action will be taken against those who would not adhere to the deadline, sources added.
Elders will give surety for those foreigners who are willing to stay peacefully in Pakistani areas because of their families.
soon nation will hear a good news, the coordinator of the TTP intermediary committee Maulana Yousaf Shah said. Although the peace process hit deadlock twice in the past, the ‘sagaciousness’ of the government and Taliban committees had led them to a point where the two sides have agreed to meet each other directly.
He appreciated the role Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan and the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa government played in promoting dialogue. “They were sincere about establishing peace through talks throughout the whole process,” he said.
“Enemies of peace, based within the country and abroad, are hatching conspiracies against the ongoing peace process… they are hell bent on making sure these negotiations fail,” Shah said. “But the government and Taliban must exercise restraint in order to bring lasting peace in the country,” he added.
“The people of Pakistan yearn for a peaceful and prosperous life even more than the provision of electricity and water.”