Miranshah, Feb 03: The Central Shoora of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan here on Saturday, finally announced five members peace delegation for negotiations with Government of Pakistan, after numerous suggestions and hectic efforts in meeting, which was held at an undisclosed location, FRC learnt.
The central shoora (Taliban Grand Assembly) formulated Peace delegation in the meeting among the organization’s senior commanders wherein the probable names were discussed in detail.
After extensive discussion and serious consideration the peace delegation members were finalized, keeping in view the fact that the delegation members could easily contact the state authorities and better convey the view point of TTP (Tehreek-e-Taliban) to the government as well as to the Muslims of Pakistan.
The decision of finalizing TTP (Tehreek-e-Taliban) Peace negotiations committee was taken unanimously at the meeting of Central Shoora. Moreover the meeting ended with the following decisions:
1) A committee had been proposed to start negotiations between the Government and TTP (Tehreek-e-Taliban) consisting of the following members:
- Molana Abdul Aziz Khatib, Red Mosque ( Islamabad)
- Molana Sami ulHaq Administrator, Haqania University Okara
- Mr. Imran Khan Chairman Pakistan PTI (Tehrik-e-Insaf)
- Mufti KifaitUllah Provincial Leader, JUI (Jamiet-e-Ulemai Islam)
- Professor Ibrahim Provincial Ameer,Jamat-i-Islami
2) The Political Shoora of TTP (Tehreek-e-Taliban) will guide and supervise the Peace delegation throughout the negotiation process
3) TTP (Tehreek-e-Taliban) will provide complete protection and security to the members of committee within the areas under their control
TTP (Tehreek-e-Taliban) sincerely wants serious and meaningful talks with the government of Pakistan and the Muslims of Pakistan are aware of our stance in the subjected aspect. We expect that the present government will not repeat the mistakes committed by the previous governments, who always used these peace talks merely as tools of war against TTP (Tehreek-e-Taliban) due to which peace could not prevail in the country.
Shahid Ullah Shahid
Central Spokesperson, TTP