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Anti-Pakistan elements want to abandon ceasefire: Imran

04 March, 2014

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ISLAMABAD: Condemning the terror attacks in Islamabad courts-complex and target of security forces in Khyber Agency, Imran Khan Monday said Taliban should be given the responsibility of nabbing those involved in terrorist attacks.

Talking to media persons here at airport, Imran Khan said that every effort should be made for the success of peace dialogue. He said anti-Pakistan elements are active to abandon ceasefire and sabotage the dialogue process.

The PTI chief also said that there were few groups within Taliban who did not want peace in Pakistan, adding that anti-state elements were also active against peace talks. He said that the majority of the Taliban groups want to hold dialogues.

He said that those not intending to hold dialogues with Pakistani government should be isolated and action against these militants should be taken.

Imran Khan said peace talks should be given a full chance to restore peace in the country, adding that the option of military operation was always at hand.

"Anti-state elements do not want peace to prevail in country", he added. Imran Khan said that a ceasefire agreement between the government and the Taliban should be continued even after Monday attacks in Islamabad and Khyber Agency.

The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), chief Imran Khan has claimed that US wants military action in North Waziristan Agency (NWA).

Imran Khan has said that peace talks with Taliban should be given a full chance for durable peace in the country, adding that government and Taliban should carry ceasefire agreement.

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