Khursheed demands time frame for Taliban Talks, Rehman terms it unconstitutional
ISLAMABAD: Opposition Leader in the National Assembly, Syed Khursheed Shah has demanded the Government to draw a time frame for Taliban Talks and also to expose the elements who tend to sabotage the process – ARY News reports.
Talking at the floor of the House, the Opposition Leader demanded the Government for a time frame of the peace talks with Taliban and also to reveal the ones trying to harm efforts for peace.
He added that Taliban suggesting Imran Khan to hold talks on their behalf is a positive thing.
Khursheed, however expressed concerns on the statement by Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) to provide security to Government's team.
He mentioned that it is Government's responsibility to insure security of its envoys.
Meanwhile, Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) leader, Senator Rehman Malik has said that TTP is a banned organization and holding talks with such an outfit is unconstitutional.
He said that the nation is in a state of war with TTP, which has killed thousands of Pakistanis.
Speaking about Imran Farooq muredr case, the former Interior Minister said that the 2 accused wanted to the Scotland Yard were not arrested during his reign.
He suggested to form a judicial commission to trace out those accused.