Gov't adopted weaker strategy on Taliban Talks, says Fazl
ISLAMABAD: Jamiat Ulema Islam-Fazl (JUIF) Chief, Molana Fazlur Rahman has said that the Government adopted a weaker strategy regarding talks with Taliban; both the parties are busy making fun instead of result-oriented negotiations – ARY News reports.
During the debate on National Security Policy in the National Assembly (NA), Molana Fazlur Rahman urged the Government to take military and establishment on-board regarding negotiations with Taliban. He stated that all the organizations should be negotiated with, for the sake of peace and in case of talks with a single outfit, others will continue their activities.
He said that some people have brought Taliban equal to the state on negotiations.
Talking to media earlier to this, Fazl said that both the Government and Taliban are making fun, instead of result-oriented talks.
He added that if there was some seriousness in the process, then JUIF had not parted its way, whereas he also told that no consultation was held with him regarding inducting military into negotiations process.