Anti-Pakistan forces don’t want peace talks to succeed: Maulana Sami
ISLAMABAD: Maulana Samiul Haq, leader of Taliban committee for peace talks, said anti-Pakistan forces don’t want dialogues between the government and the Taliban to succeed, ARY News reported on Monday.
Talking to media after his return from Saudia Arabia, Maulana said the attack on distict court in Islamabad proved that some anti-Pakistan forces were involved in terror activities, which were later wrongfully attributed with the Taliban.
He stated that there should be a neutral place where negotiators of Taliban and government committees should be secured.
He maintained that Taliban committee didn’t lose hope even after several deadlocks amid peace talks and so did the Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, added Maulana Samiul Haq.