Peshawar: Spokesperson of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) has rejected an offer presented by the government regarding unconditional ceasefire and said if government wanted an operation then they were ready for this.
In his statement from unknown place, the TTP spokesperson, Shahid Ullah Shahid said they were not in a position to accept the government demand of unconditional ceasefire.
He said if the government wanted to initiate operation against Taliban then follow their wish.
But government has to think about that in a military operation the government will face more loss then Taliban, he added.
Earlier he confirmed the death of TTP commander Ismat Ullah Shaheen and said it was unbearable loss and he blamed that the murder was done by intelligence agencies of Pakistan.