Jundullah, al-Qaida announce ceasefire
ISLAMABAD: After Tehreek e Taliban Pakistan (TTP), two more militant groups have agreed over ceasefire for a limited time in Pakistan, ARY News reported on Saturday.
The talks between Taliban Shura and the dialogue committee in North Waziristan bearing fruit, some analysts claim.
Two militant outfits, al-Qaida and Jundullah, have agreed over ceasefire in Pakistan, in a joint meeting.
Commander of Jundullah militant outfit, who had claimed an attack in Peshawar cinema, has announced that al-Qaida and Jundullah groups have suspended terrorist attacks in Pakistan for a limited time period.
Commander Ahmed Marwat said that the decision was made in a joint meeting of the two militant groups in Afghanistan, which was also attended by al-Qaida leader Ahmed Yahya Ghaden.
The groups have ceased their operations in Pakistan for a limited time-span, reports said.