TTP considers violating ceasefire as unjust, against Shariah, says Shahid
KARACHI: Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) spokesperson, Shahidullah Shahid has mentioned that the banned outfit considers the violation of ceasefire as unjust and against Shariah, yet a propaganda is still being done despite of a clear denial of any involvement in Islamabad court attack – ARY News reports.
In a statement issued today, Shahidullah Shahid clarified that TTP has nothing to do with Islamabad incident. He mentioned that after an announcement of ceasefire, the organization has issued the orders to all its members to quit militant activities.
Shahid stated, "we are bound of Shariah and striving for the same purpose".
The TTP spokesperson further said that finding the elements involved in such incidents is not their responsibility, yet he vowed that if traces of any TTP member's involvement are found, then the organization will itself take an action against him.
However, he turned down the notion saying that none of Taliban factions can violate the orders of the Ameer.
Earlier today, at least 13 people were killed including a judge, whilst 30 others were injured as a result of an attack by terrorists at Islamabad district court.