ISLAMABAD: Taliban’s latest claim to kill 23 frontier corps (FC) troops made deadlock between the government committee and the Taliban committee as today’s scheduled meeting likely to be delayed as the government seeks explanation before resuming dialogue process.
Member of the government committee Rahim Ullah Yusufzai said that the government has cleared its stance on Taliban leadership that terror activities could damage the dialogue process.
He further said that the government committee expected a cease fire announcement by the Taliban committee
Rahim Ullah Yusuf Zai said that they did not talk to Taliban Political Council yet but talks were underway only with Taliban representative committee so far.
Statement regarding killing of FC personnel was given by Tehreek-e-Taliban Mohmand Agency Chapter and they were in a contact with Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan TTP, he said.
Rahim Ullah Yousufzai said at the moment it was unclear who were behind this brutal killing.
The government committee nember said that the government was already under pressure to continue talk with the Taliban as they accepted the responsibility of Police van attack in Karachi on February 13.
Now after killing of FC personnels situation have become more complicated for the government to continue dialogue process, he added.