Sami calls Ulema meet for consultation over peace talks
ISLAMABAD: The head of Taliban committee for peace talks, Molana Samiul Haq has called a meeting of the Ulema and scholars from different the schools of thought on February 15 for holding consultation regarding the ongoing negotiations process between the Government and Taliban. Meanwhile, the member of Government's team, Rustum Shah Mohmand has told that Taliban have agreed upon ceasefire – ARY News reports.
According to details, Molana Samiul Haq has been active for gaining the confidence of all the stake-holders pertaining to the talks with Taliban. Sami in this regard has called a meeting of Ulema and religious scholars from different schools of thought.
Sources told that the meeting will be held in Lahore on February 15, whilst Molana has already kicked-off coordination with different religious leaders in this regard.
On the other hand, Rustam Shah Mohmand has told that Taliban have agreed upon ceasefire, adding further that no talks will be held outside the constitutional sphere and none of the groups can be handed over any area or region.
Mohmand told that some elements are conspiring to sabotage the negotiations process.
He mentioned that the process is complicated enough and difficult, hurdles will certainly come in its way.
Moreover, the Chairman of Pakistan Ulema Council (PUC), Allama Tahir Mehmood Ashrafi has said that the council will play every possible role for the success of peace talks between the Government and Taliban.