TTP denies reports of ceasefire, says not looking for peace deal with Pakistan: Report – International News TTP refuted the reports of ceasefire and said

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan may be saying that the Pakistan government is in talks with some groups of the banned Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) for a peace deal with the help of the Taliban in Afghanistan, but the TTP is claiming something else. Used to be. According to media reports, Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) has denied reports of ceasefire and insisted that it is not looking towards a peace deal with Pakistan.

Referring to the statement of Pakistan PM Imran Khan, the top leadership of TTP said that they are not looking for a peace deal with Pakistani authorities. According to Pakistan Today, TTP spokesperson Muhammad Khurasani said in a statement that Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan has never declared a ceasefire. He further said that the TTP fighters should continue the attack from wherever they are.

Describing the TTP or Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan as an “organised movement”, Muhammad Khurasani said that “there is no rift or faction within the group”. He stressed that the movement has a collective policy, from which no one can deviate.

Earlier, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Friday that the Pakistan government was in talks with some groups of the banned Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) on a reconciliation process. He said the purpose of this conversation is to get the group to lay down arms and agree to abide by the country’s constitution. In an interview to a media channel, Prime Minister Imran Khan said that there are various groups that make up the TTP. Some of them want to talk to our government for peace. That’s why we are in talks with them. It is a reconciliation process.

Imran Khan said that he is expecting a settlement from talks, but still nothing is certain. He said that he sees talks as the only solution and is ready to waive the TTP if a settlement is reached. Last month, Pakistan’s President Arif Alvi had also said that TTP members could pardon them if they were not associated with armed groups and indulged in criminal activities.


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