JI chief stresses continuation of talks with Taliban
LAHORE: Chief Jamaat-e-Islami Siraj-ul-Haq said efforts should be speeded up to end deadlock in peace talks between the government and the Taliban, ARY News reported.
He stressed that the government-Taliban talks should continue.
The JI chief said Pakistan Protection Ordinance was in contravention with the constitution. He also condemned of launching attack on any individual or institution once probe of Hamid Mir attack was completed.
He reiterated his party stance that peace could not restored in Pakistan until withdrawal of US forces from Afghanistan.