Govt, Taliban meeting expected tomorrow: Sami
MULTAN: Taliban intermediary Maulana Samiul Haq has said that the venue of the direct talks between the government and Taliban will be decided today, ARY News reports.
Samiul Haq, the leader of his own faction of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (JUI-S), addressing a gathering of seminary leaders in Multan on Thursday said that the meeting between the government negotiators and Taliban team has been expected tomorrow (Friday).
He said the constitution has been Islamic, which requires enforcement.
He claimed that Pakistan facing problem of lawlessness due to foreign elements.
Samiul Haq claimed that former military ruler Pervez Musharraf tried his utmost to get rid of the seminaries. He warned of a declaration of war against Nawaz Sharif government if it played any game against the seminaries. He claimed that the Madaris (seminaries) were not involved in terrorism.
Samiul Haq said that those who failed to secure peace in their rule now demanding for the operation. He said the peace will not be achieved with operation but only with dialogue.
He claimed that the enemies of the country are talking about the military operation against Taliban.