JI's Baloch urges Gov't, Taliban to avoid any preconditions
LAHORE: Secretary General of Jamat e Islami (JI), Liaquat Baloch has urged the Government of Pakistan and Taliban to lead talks to a logical end without putting forward any preconditions as a sign of demonstrating seriousness towards peace-process – ARY News reports.
Talking to media after administering the Friday prayers gathering here at Jamia Masjid Hanfia, Liaquat Baloch suggested that a national jirgah comprising of unbiased figures should also be formed for playing its role for success of peace talks.
He appealed military, media, ulema, scholars and political leaders to help leading talks to a logical conclusion.
The JI official urged the Government and Taliban to opt for the dialogue with open heart and avoid any preconditions.
Speaking about the capital punishments to JI leaders in Bangladesh, Baloch said that doing so Bangladeshi authorities are demonstrating dictatorship in the name of democracy and punishing the JI leaders for their struggle to keep Pakistan united and said that all this being done to please India.
He demanded the Government of Pakistan to consult the International Court of Justice on the basis of the trilateral agreement signed between Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, Indra Gandhi and Sheikh Mujeeb ur Rahman after the Fall of Dhakka.
Moreover, the JI Secretary General told that his party will observe Kashmir Solidarity Day on February 5.