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Fazl ready to help govt in Taliban talks

Fazlur Rehman, the chief of his own faction of the Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (JUI-F), on Thursday said his party is ready to help the government in holding talks with the Taliban.
According to Fazl’s spokesman Jan Achakzai, in a meeting with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, the cleric welcomed the PM’s determination to resolve issues through talks.
“PML-N has a mandate to make decisions in improving law and order in the country”.
He also said that it is a good omen that all stakeholders have narrowed their differences on counterterrorism strategy, saying that civilian and security establishment need to have a consensus view for comprehensive strategy.
He also said, “The KP government has proved its inability to govern the province effectively. Now it is not a matter of government failure but it is a question of state failure so at some level federal government has to intervene to rescue the situation in KP.”
Achakzai quoted the cleric as saying that the JUI-F has joined the government to achieve its core priorities with the help of the PML-N.
Referring to the priorities, Fazl said that both leaders were in complete agreement. “He will soon take the nation into confidence as to exactly what priorities have been agreed upon.”



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  1. Abdul Qudus said:

    Put them in a boat & let it sink accidentally in the Arabian sea. Then they can talk to the god about their plight. I wonder if it will be published.

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