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Preconditions unacceptable, govt tells Taliban

The government has rejected the Taliban demands of troop’s withdrawal and release of prisoners before any peace talks with the state.

The Taliban had put forwarded several pre-conditions the other day before they sat for peace dialogue.

According to the sources, the government has maintained that it did not lay down any preconditions for the process of talks and would not accept any preconditions from the other party, a private news channel quoted sources as saying.

The sources added that the government reiterated that consensus for peace and stability of the country was built at the national level and it would be achieved at any cost.

The official sources claimed that no pressure would be accepted to challenge the writ of the government and the national interest would not be compromised.

According to the government’s sources, political options were being adopted to root out terrorism from the country; however, all other options were there to tackle the issue.

On Sunday, two senior officers of the Pakistan Army, Major General Sanaullah Niazi and Lt Colonel Tausif as well as a soldier were killed in a roadside IED blast near the Pak-Afghan border. The Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan claimed responsibility for the incident.

The blast occurred as the Taliban outlined a number of pre-conditions to be met before they would take part in peace talks with the government.

Earlier, responding to the declaration of All Parties Conference on September 9, spokesman for the TTP Shahidullah Shahid had termed it a positive gesture ahead of initiation of talks.

All political parties of Pakistan endorsed the government’s efforts to negotiate with militants.



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15 Comments

  1. Desi from Lahore said:

    So its on than right? The government doesn't not want preconditions and the army is p e e d ed off after the latest incident that killed the army officers and jawans.I really hope that one more attack by the Taliban and the army goes nutts on these bearded mountain goats.

  2. Anum said:

    Its a good reply to the foolish demands of TTP. Now Government should stand on it.

  3. Cheema said:

    Atlast, Pakistani government showed guts to reply to TTP. Its a good stance by the government. These conditions are simply unacceptable.

  4. Rabbani said:

    Enough of this “give-peace-a-chance” drama. TTP is an assorted group of professional butchers! Government should start the offensive today to rid our homeland of those militants, once and for all. The nation stands with Government. Pakistan Zindabad.

  5. Hasssan said:

    TTP is a terrorist group and we don't want to accept their conditions. We are with the Government.

  6. Salaman said:

    These TTP terrorists don't want any peace talk thats why they are doing this.We are with our government and dont accept any of their conditions.

  7. Zeeshan said:

    We need a policy that says “We will not talk to terrorists. Give up your arms and we would listen to you”.

  8. Sajid Khan said:

    This is a welcome singe most needed from Government. People of Pakistan are behind armed forces of Pakistan in their fight against enemies.

  9. Imran said:

    If Government have the ability to crush the terrorists then please do it and do it right now.

  10. Ch. Allah Daad said:

    This statement is late but better than never. Whole nation is Government and Armed Forces.

  11. Asim Ali said:

    The army has made tremendous sacrifices in the fight against terrorists. We should not support the TTP or any sort of Taliban. These vultures along with their silent supporters need to wiped off from Pakistan, mosque by mosque

  12. Saad said:

    Finally a good step by the government of Pakistan. Appreciated..!!!

  13. Ayesha said:

    TTP peace chahti hee nahi. CIA ke liay kaam kar rahi hai ye. Fazul demands. Acha kiya government ne reject kar ke.

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