ISLAMABAD: Member Taliban committee for peace talks, Prof. Ibrahim, said their committee had neither received government suggestions nor a venue could be decided for the talks, ARY News reported Sunday.
Addressing a press conference in Peshawar, he said government and Taliban committees could hold successful negotiations in Mehsud tribe.
He said Taliban demands were handed over to the government, wherein release of imprisoned women and children was demanded.
Prof. Ibrahim said the government should release non-combatant children and women as a goodwill gesture.
He said the Taliban were themselves investigating about Ahrar-ul-Hind. Secret forces are operating to sabotage peace talks, he added.
He reiterated that the Taliban have ensured implementation on ceasefire.