Majority of Taliban in favour of peace, claims Imran
KARACHI: While hoping the dialogue process to succeed, Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Imran Khan said majority of the Taliban want peace, ARY News reported Sunday.
Talking to media in Karachi, Khan said the talks with the Taliban were gradually proceeding, claiming a sizeable strength of Taliban group was in favour of peace.
He said peace could not restored in Karachi until non-political appointments were made in the city police department.
To a question regarding Musharraf case, PTI chief said constitutional supremacy and justice must prevail in the case of ex-president.