- Taliban interlocutor wants PPP to put a leash on BBZ’s tongue
Member of the Taliban committee and Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) leader Professor Ibrahim on Tuesday said that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was serious for restoration of peace in the country.
The Taliban interlocutor said that those talking of the constitution themselves did not accept it. He said certain political parties were following “hereditary politics” while JI was the only party which was following the “policy of consultation”.
Replying to a question, Prof Ibrahim said that certain reservations posed by Taliban carried weight. He said talks will be held with those who accept the Constitution of Pakistan.
Moreover, he advised Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) to ask its chief Bilawal Bhutto Zardari to have “control on his tongue”.
Commenting on infighting in Taliban groups, he said that the Taliban had ended their internal differences and now they were united. “We have talked about the release of Shahbaz Taseer, Haider Gilani and Professor Ajmal with Taliban,” he added.