Pakistan PM Imran Khan in news Photo (Image: Geo.tv)
Pakistani Prime minister Imran Khan, says that they are holding the government talks with some of the banned (TITP), and asked them to lay down their weapons.
According to the reports a Pakistani minister has defended Khan, after he conveyed the message that his government will hold a conversation with some of the banned Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TITP) which sparked a criticism. During an interview with a fellow Turkish news channel Imran said that the Pakistani government is holding talks with some of the banned Tehreek-I-Taliban Pakistan group and is conveying them to lay down their weapons, and to make them agree to follow the country’s constitution. "There are different groups which form the TTP and some of them want to talk to our government for peace. So, we are in talks with them. It's a reconciliation process," Khan said during an interview with the TRT World on Friday. Khan further added that he is expecting a deal to come out of the talks, but he said that nothing as such is certain as of now.
He further added that “dialogue”, is the only solution which is willing to “forgive”, the TTIP if any such agreement is ever reached or fulfilled. On Friday, Pakistan’s federal information minister Fawad Chaudary, said in a statement that it is important to represent the back ground of the statement that is presented before you”, as reported by Samaa TV. Pakistan has gone to a massacre and has seen a worse condition of river of Fire and Blood, which lead to the loss of the lives of the thousands of people. As a result of these sacrifices, we have defeated terrorist organizations like al Qaeda on the one hand and eliminated India's sinister designs on the other," Chaudhry said in a video statement on Friday night.
Furthermore according to Samaa TV Chaudhry also stressed regarding that those who have failed to honor the allegiance with the state of Pakistan under “certain circumstances” but now they are willing to return to the honor of this allegiance. But the official statement given by Khan, regarding the remarks of the banned groups, Pakistani President Arif Alvi officialy told in a statement last month that they could have given amnesty to some of the members of TTP if they are not involved with any of the armed group and don’t get involved in any of the criminal activities. On the other hand TTP leader Mufti Wali Noor Mehsud, during an interview with the Japanese media recently, welcomed to return the power of Taliban in Afghanistan, and he even said that "we are hopeful for a strong relationship between the two of us".
According to the data which was compiled by the South Asia Terrorism Portal, the terror attacks that Pakistan faced have taken a sharp rise, ever since Taliban has recaptured Afghanistan. And further more according to the reports Pakistan also saw 35 terror attacks, which resulted in the death of the 52 Pakistani civilians, in the month of August alone. The TTP also called out the “Pakistani Taliban”, and has said that it wants to overthrow the Islamabad government through violence and military camps against the State. And further more according to the reports the frequent attacks by the Pakistani Taliban, have also raised a topic of concern regarding the security and safety for the Chinese projects within the country. The reports given by the global times have analyzed the warning that the TTP might continue its attacks within Pakistan, and can furthermore cause damage on the Chinese projects.
(with agency inputs)
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