Taliban should be asked what they want, suggests Sami
ISLAMABAD: Jamiat Ulema Islam-Sami (JUIS) Chief and Chairman of the Difa'a-e-Pakistan Council, Molana Sami ul Haq has said that a military operation in tribal areas is quite difficult, whilst Taliban should be asked what they want – ARY News reports.
Addressing a ceremony here on Tuesday, the JUIS Chief said that issues were caused due to foreign interference in the tribal region, while a military operation is quite difficult there and once it is launched then only women and children will be killed in it.
Speaking about given task for negotiating with Taliban by the Prime Minister, he repeated that PM Nawaz Sharif had asked him to pave ways for talks with militants.
Sami further stated that it seems as if the Prime Minister was stopped from holding a dialogue.