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Chairman PPP lashes out at govt over talks with banned TTP

Chairman PPP lashes out at govt over talks with banned TTP
PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari has criticised the PTI-led authorities for getting into into an settlement with the banned Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), alleging that the Parliament was not taken into confidence over the transfer.

Consequent to the peace settlement, the banned outfit declared a one-month ceasefire beginning November 9.

“Nobody was taken into confidence on the problem of talks with the banned TTP and no consensus was reached on this regard,” mentioned Bilawal, chatting with Media.

“I had earlier criticised the talks with the banned TTP and I’ll do it once more immediately.”

The PPP chief additionally referred to as into query the relevance of the president and the prime minister, saying that “who’re they to carry talks with the TTP”.

Bilawal lashed out on the banned outfit, saying that it had martyred Pakistan Military troopers and the kids of the Military Public College (APS).

Bilawal mentioned that the Parliament will approve all insurance policies associated to Pakistan, asserting that such insurance policies will probably be adopted via the consensus of all political events.

Informing the media about latest developments within the peace talks on Monday [November 8], Federal Minister for Info and Broadcasting Fawad Chaudhry introduced that the federal government and the proscribed organisation agreed to an entire ceasefire.

The Taliban-led interim authorities in Afghanistan has performed the function of the mediator within the peace talks, the minister revealed.
“The federal government-TTP talks will probably be held in accordance with the legal guidelines and the Structure of Pakistan,” mentioned Fawad, including that the ceasefire can be prolonged preserving in view the progress of the talks.

“It’s gratifying that the areas of Pakistan [where the Taliban operated] are transferring in the direction of absolute peace after a very long time,” he mentioned.
Expressing shock over Fawad Chaudhry’s assertion, PML-N chief Ahsan Iqbal mentioned that the Parliamentary Committee on Nationwide Safety briefing didn’t say that an settlement between the federal government and the TTP had been reached.

“[At the national security meeting,] we had been advised that there’s a proposal or chance of talks. We have now not been briefed that an settlement has already been reached with them,” the PML-N chief mentioned whereas talking within the Geo Information programme ‘Aaj Shahzeb Khanzada Kay Sath’ on Monday.

“The consensus of the [national security] assembly was that any such settlement needs to be permitted by the Parliament alone.”

He additionally censured the federal government, saying, “The federal government makes choices which we come to know from the worldwide media.”

He additionally threw barbs at Prime Minister Imran Khan saying the Chief of the Home remained absent from the essential session. Iqbal alleged that the premier doesn’t take into account the Opposition worthy sufficient to sit down with him.