PESHAWAR: Prof. Ibrahim, member Taliban committee for peace talks, said that end to infighting between Taliban groups was welcoming, ARY News reported.
He was hopeful that deadlock in talks will end in a few days.
"I came to know that infighting between Taliban groups had ended," he told the ARY News.
A fight between government and the Taliban is continuing for last ten years and clearing the air will take some time, he added.
Earlier talking to media in Sargodha, Prof. Ibrahim said negotiations were underway with Taliban shura for next phase of talks. “A communication gap and other difficulties have delayed consensus on a venue for talks. It is hoped that this deadlock will soon end,” he added.
He said efforts were afoot to convert the temporary ceasefire into a permanent one. “If this attempt fails, we will try to ensure continuation of the temporary ceasefire.
He maintained that army should not be a part of talks, if they have reservations on the process.